Pfizer ordered by Uruguayan judge to report composition of Covid-19 vaccines, including any presence of ‘graphene oxide’ or ‘nanotech elements’

According to a recent ruling by a Uruguayan judge, the government and pharmaceutical company Pfizer must provide all information they have about the biochemical makeup of the COVID vaccine, including any evidence of “graphene oxide” or “nanotech elements,” as well as proof of the efficacy and safety of the vaccine.

Judge Alejandro Recari of the Administrative Court (TCA) issued the order in response to a request to stop immunization of children over the age of 5 in Uruguay.

According to the court order issued on Saturday, Judge Alejandro Recarey ordered the Presidency, the Ministry of Public Health, the Administration of State Health Services (ASSE) and Pfizer to submit all information on the Covid-19 vaccines within 48 hours. El Observador reported.

“A hearing will be held on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m., at which representatives of all agencies and the company must appear.“, the news outlet adds.

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Since France 24 (translated):

According to the decision, the executive branch and the US laboratory must provide documentation about the composition of the vaccines, including the possible presence of “graphene oxide” or “nanotechnology elements”.

It also wants data that demonstrates the “harmlessness” of the “substance called messenger RNA” and that proves with studies by the US agency, the FDA, the “experimental nature” of the vaccines.

The magistrate asked the authorities to “explain whether alternative therapies against covid-19 have been studied” and “if not, explain why these solutions have not been studied”, according to the document.

Contracts signed between the government and Pfizer are also subject to scrutiny to see if they contain clauses “for civil indemnification or criminal immunity for suppliers with respect to the occurrence of possible adverse effects,” among other details.

The court’s decision also requested explanations on whether studies “that aim to explain the notorious increase in covid-19 deaths as of March 2021 compared to the previous year” had been carried out.

“In particular, Pfizer will be instructed to state within 48 hours – with the provision of documentary data if applicable – whether the company has allowed (…) the verification of the adverse effects of vaccines against the so-called Covid-19.” In general, and also in detail with regard to the child population,” the document says.

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