Covid-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Distorted By Pfizer: Attorney

03 December 2023 Coronavirus

Ken Paxton, Texas Attorney General, filed a lawsuit alleging that Pfizer distorted the effectiveness of its Covid-19 vaccine.

Al-Rai daily reports that Paxton investigated alleged gain-of-function research conducted by Pfizer with Covid-19 vaccine developers Moderna and Johnson & Johnson for six months.

Considering that the company made illegal profits in billions of dollars, Paxton said, "Pfizer engaged in false, deceptive, and misleading actions and practices by making unsupported claims about its (Covid-19) vaccine, in violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

"Relative risk reduction," according to Paxton, is a statistical trick used by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to mislead consumers by making the treatment appear more effective than it is, according to what "Russia Today" reported. Paxton challenged Pfizer's claim that its vaccine was 95 percent effective against the Corona virus.

According to the lawsuit, clinical trial data showed that the dose actually reduced the risk of contracting "Covid-19" only by 0.85 percent.

According to the complaint, the epidemic “got worse” after the majority of Americans were vaccinated against the disease, noting that “official government reports showed that in at least some places, the percentage of people vaccinated who died from (Covid-19) was greater than those who did not.”

Pfizer is also accused of intentionally making false and unsupported claims about the vaccine's performance against variants, including the Delta variant, while calling its critics "criminals" and spreading misinformation.

In addition to imposing financial sanctions, Paxton is seeking an injunction to stop Pfizer from misrepresenting its product's effectiveness.

A Pfizer spokesperson told the media that the company "is deeply committed to the well-being of the patients it serves, and safety and effectiveness are its top priorities."

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