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Wish all you all a merry xmas tommorrow.

I just read a junk mail folder and it was a freedom of info request. 

Sent me nothing in return...

I have deleted the numbers to reference.

What does this mean.

No side effects?? I dont understand.

Have a good crimbo people.


Thank you for your communication dated 2 December 2021.

NHS England has assessed your communication as a request under the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000. As such, your request is being dealt with under the terms of the FOI Act, and has been allocated the following reference number: 

Your exact request was:

“I need a freedom of request from your records.
Can you please send all records of all Patience that have suffered side effects from Covid 19 vaccines in the UK.
I have got a load of conspiracy websites saying videos of patience are being censored on the internet that is misinformation.
I need to see records and statistics so I can shut these sites down.
Can you send all yellow card records of side effects from Covid 19 in the last 2 years.”

NHS England does not hold information in relation to your request.

It may assist you, however if we explain that any adverse effects (including possible deaths) related to the COVID-19 vaccines are collected via the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) Yellow Card reporting scheme. The Yellow Card scheme is responsible for collating and monitoring reports about adverse reactions or safety concerns relating to the Covid-19 vaccines.

The MHRA publishes a summary of findings from the Yellow Card scheme which can be accessed at the below link:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-vaccine-adverse-reactions/coronavirus-vaccine-summary-of-yellow-card-reporting

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https://www.gov.uk/guidance/contact-mhra

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NHS England
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Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information
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NHS England
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38 minutes ago, moosehead999 said:

same answer again, no evidence....

 

Sorry.. 

How d'ya mean same again?  

Did you get an internal review or was the "same again" what MHRA were supposed to show as evidence?  (if its them you spoke to regarding yellow card scheme etc) 

 

"Shut sites like these down",  haha... good one... (In their dreams).

Of course I get why you -pretty much had to- say that. 

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The NHS does not hold this information?

 

Who'd of thunk it.

 

All those desperate urgent cases of covid, all that terrible suffering, all those deaths, all the fear, all the jabbing, all the endless shifts fighting death on the frontline of the pandemic.

 

And yet they don't keep a single shred of evidence that it happens.

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On 12/25/2021 at 1:16 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

The NHS does not hold this information?

 

Who'd of thunk it.

 

All those desperate urgent cases of covid, all that terrible suffering, all those deaths, all the fear, all the jabbing, all the endless shifts fighting death on the frontline of the pandemic.

 

And yet they don't keep a single shred of evidence that it happens.

 

Umm, maybe because it doesn't happen, only in the media? 😄

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