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With the great news that the UK are the first country to roll out a Covid-19 vaccine as early as next week we have some news that the politicians are not talking about.

We found documents on a well known website that says the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) are expecting a huge number of ADR’s (Adverse Drug Reactions) to Covid-19 vaccines and are currently looking to buy an AI (Artificial Intelligence)

It was the MHRA who helped approve the vaccine today (2 December 2020) which was made by Pfizer and BionTec so why well before this vaccine was approved did the UK regulator decided they needed a software tool to help them process all the reports of ADR’s? more important did they get this software? we cannot answer this.

These words taken from the procurement website shows the regulator is not as happy as can be seen at face value, it tells us something else:

“Strictly necessary — it is not possible to retrofit the MHRA’s legacy systems to handle the volume of ADRs that will be generated by a Covid-19 vaccine. Therefore, if the MHRA does not implement the AI tool, it will be unable to process these ADRs effectively. This will hinder its ability to rapidly identify any potential safety issues with the Covid-19 vaccine and represents a direct threat to patient life and public health”

You do not have to take the vaccine and any ideas that you need to prove you have had the vaccine to enter football stadiums or airports have been rubbished by PM Boris Johnson.

This report is not to put you off having the vaccine, it though tells you of the obvious concerns going on behind the scenes that we thought you should be aware about.

You can read the full MHRA procurement here