And this is why I think some governments from developing countries are not understanding the existential risk they are facing.Talking about this "confidence" in vaccines Days ago saw this video of a severe reaction and, within minutes there were many posts from IMSS of different States (Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social - Mexican Institute of Social Security) like the one after.
They are eliminating loose ends to strengthen trust and confidence. Even though, there might not be a video or testimonies, people talks.
Had not been able to find more info about the video. A guy asks the nurse when (the patient) got the shot, she answers back that it was the day before at evening. At the end, same guy (I asume is a Doctor) mentions: adverse response to Covid... (not understood a word here )... to the vaccine.
The first part is about a new hospital, the second part mentions: In the face of unfounded speculation about the effects of the Covid-19 vaccination, the Mexican Institute of Social Security calls on people not to fall into misinformation as there is no evidence to show that the vaccine alone can have a negative effect on people.
Eduardo González Guerra, head of the Division of Epidemiological Surveillance of Non-Communicable Diseases of the Social Security Institute, mentions: To investigate the impact of Covid vaccines on people, the international community, through the World Health Organisation, has developed methodologies to carry out an exhaustive investigation to determine the causes of adverse events.
It should be noted that any reaction to the vaccine is studied by a specialised sectoral group, which evaluates and follows up on these cases.
The events supposedly attributable to the vaccine are rare and the symptomatology is similar to that of other vaccines.
If only a few people will get this type of reaction, then they are fine. If a lot I think the potential for violent protests arise which could lead to revolution. The same techniques used to lull western citizens into complacency won't work in developing countries.
So they are playing with fire in my opinion.
I note India is now taking a hard stance on some vaccines ...
The Pakistani health minister came out and told the citizens to take the vaccines at their own risk. [Link provided by the UK column]
Pakistan Minister says get vaccinated at own risk, as COVID-19 vaccine caused 'deaths in some countries'
Lahore [Pakistan], February 1 (ANI): Health Minister of Pakistans Punjab Yasmin Rashid has warned people to get vaccinated at their own risk even as Prime Minister Imran Khan boasted of having received coronavirus vaccines from China.
South Africa has rejected the Oxford vaccine.
Iran has rejected all the new Western covid vaccines.
Tanzania has rejected them too.
The countries around the peripherals are wisely waking up.
I'm also convinced that the slow rollout by some European countries is a tactical ploy. That is, they are moving slowly deliberately to buy enough time to see what happens to British, Canadian and American citizens who are the defacto guinea pigs. Also they may be moving slowly to watch and see how the variants evolve.