Making an informed decision about accepting a Covid vaccine. There are dangers and we need to know about them whichever country we are in

'...expected high volume of Covid-19 vaccine-adverse drug reactions (ADRs)...'

Peter Limbrick writes: UK Medical Freedom Alliance has recently published an open letter ‘Concerns and suggestions regarding the UK’s Covid-19 vaccine agenda’.

It is essential reading for people in any country who want to come to an informed view about Covid vaccines. In the UK we first had the government screaming ‘Be Afraid!’ and now we have government, pharmaceutical industry, press and media all telling us to believe the vaccine is safe and that we should all queue up for it. I just do not believe these exaggerated claims and I am aware that if I am damaged by the vaccine I will not be allowed to sue anyone for compensation.

The UKMFA’s paper is in four sections and contains very valuable information:

I) Over-Estimation of the Public Health Risk from SARS-CoV-2

II) Inadequate Assessment of the Public Health Risk from a Covid Vaccine

III) Medical Freedom and Informed Consent

IV) Media Claims and Misinformation

Read the letter here.  

The Guardian website has an article entitled: Fears that UK will not cope with Brexit and Covid vaccine rollout’ and it alerts us to the worrying fact that the government expects vaccine damage. It says:

“Well before scientists were sure that a vaccine would be ready for use in the UK by the end of this year, the government regulator – the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) – put out an urgent call for help. Its appeal, issued in September, was evidence that even if a vaccine were to be developed and approved soon, things would be far from plain sailing.

“The call to tender stated: “The MHRA urgently seeks an artificial intelligence (AI) software tool to process the expected high volume of Covid-19 vaccine-adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and ensure that no details from the ADRs’ reaction text are missed. For reasons of extreme urgency under Regulation 32(2)(c) related to the release of a Covid-19 vaccine, MHRA have accelerated the sourcing and implementation of a vaccine specific AI tool…”

“The Cabinet Office, which coordinates policy across government departments and their responses to crises, was alerted. A company called Genpact won the £1.5m tender soon after. The MHRA said then that based on previous vaccination campaigns, there would be between 50,000 and 100,000 reports of suspected side effects for every 100 million doses over a six to 12-month period.”

These figures will of course include children.


I have faith in well-established vaccines but these rushed Covid vaccines are not well-established. In fact they have been rushed through at break-neck speed. The fact that they have been put outside the compensation laws in the event of damage or death in my country is very worrying.

Peter Limbrick, December 2020