The paranoid skeptical "I have difficulty trusting the official story" side of me
but they don't think children need to be re-vaccinated. The lots passed potency tests when they were first shipped, but tests indicate the potency waned after.
Not out of the ordinary, but given the speed at which this was officially pushedRecalls on vaccines happen all the time. A recall on Swine flu vaccines dont seem out of the ordinary.
It is safe. It was just to weak a dose. This is the most common reason a vaccine is recalled. I would rather they risk a vaccine thats a little weak then one thats a little strong. Seems they deluded it to much this time. It was recalled and thats that.But I thought it was safe and thoroughly tested?
I would rather companies like Merck err on the weak side then the strong side. Worst case scenario would have been the people who got the weak dose would have had to get it again. If the error would have been on the strong side the vaccine would have GIVEN them all swine flu. Much better to make the error they did. I'm not sure why this is an issue.Someone had to be deluded to believe a diluted vaccine would work, but after
an already distracted public received a deluge of fear from the media they
lined up for those deficient doses.