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Propaganda for the masses US studies find 'zero unanticipated side effects' linked to Pfizer vaccine
There have been zero unanticipated rare side effects linked to the Pfizer vaccine in the United States according to epidemiologist Mike Toole.
Israel and the United States have both vaccinated large swathes of their population and have released early research on the efficacy and negative side effects connected to the Pfizer vaccine.
Mr Toole said in Israel one study found an 80-90 per cent reduction in transmission among 6,000 health workers between 14 to 28 days of their first dose.
In the United States research released by the CDC found one in ten people report very mild side effects such as a headache, low fever and soreness or swelling at the injection site, he told Sky News.
Mr Toole said only one in 100 report more significant symptoms such as nausea, an upset bowel or weakness.
“What is really important is they have not yet detected any unanticipated rare side effects."