The mRNA vaccines were released globally in early 2021 with the slogan “safe and effective.” Unusually for a new class of medicine, they were soon recommended by public health authorities for pregnant women.

By late 2021, working-age women, including those who were pregnant, were being thrown out of employment for not agreeing to be injected.

Those who took the mRNA vaccines did so based on trust in health authorities — the assumption being that they would not have been approved if the evidence was not absolutely clear.

The role of regulatory agencies was to protect the public and, therefore, if they were approved, the “vaccines” were safe. …