Billions of people worldwide have been injected with the experimental coronavirus vaccine. Despite an alarming spike in overall deaths since its rollout, countless citizens are eagerly lining up for the latest booster. With each passing day, debilitating health complications continue to surmount. In 2021 alone the VAERS database collected more than 914,000 adverse reactions. Yet inoculated individuals are not the only ones suffering from jab-related consequences. Thousands of the unvaccinated experience side effects after being in close proximity to mRNA recipients. Some call the transfer of genetic substances ‘shedding’ while skeptics insist such claims are delusional conspiracy theories. However, Pfizer’s official medical papers define the phenomenon and issue a warning to staff members.
Pfizer’s Shedding Protocol
In November of 2020, a document was released titled “A PHASE 1/2/3, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, RANDOMIZED, OBSERVER-BLIND, DOSE-FINDING STUDY TO EVALUATE THE SAFETY, TOLERABILITY, IMMUNOGENICITY, AND EFFICACY OF SARS-COV-2 RNA VACCINE CANDIDATES AGAINST COVID-19 IN HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS”. Throughout the publication, there are sections concerning viral transmissions to unimmunized workers. Beginning on page 67, the pharmaceutical company details its strict occupational exposure protocol. Employees must alert an administrator of any associated secondary adverse events (SAE) within 24 hours. Here are some critical statements covered in the manual:
- Contraction can result via skin contact or inhalation of molecular particles naturally expelled by the body.
- Those at the greatest risk for ensuing side effects include healthcare providers, family members, and caretaker-type roles.
- Breastfeeding women must file a report upon unplanned contact with clinical subjects irrespective of whether an SAE has occurred due to potential dangers to newborns.
- If a recently pregnant female encounters a trial participant, she must immediately alert the safety department as messenger RNA can jeopardize the baby’s development or cause a miscarriage.