Germany’s federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach shocked viewers by confirming that 1 in 10,000 recipients of the COVID shot have suffered an adverse event.
In a March 13th live interview with 2DF’s Heute Journal anchor Christian Sievers, Lauterbach used the “1 in 10,000” statistic three separate times. (Astra Zeneca’s vaccine was pulled from the market when it was found to have approximately a 1 in 55,000 rate of adverse events.)
Sievers distinguished himself by asking hard questions and pressing for answers of Lauterbach, who pointed out that he was not party to the agreement negotiated when the German government purchased the vaccines. He says he hopes to find an improved solution for vaccine-injured Germans now. Read more