Covid-19 vaccine safety will come under scrutiny in Parliament on Monday after a petition from concerned Brits reached the threshold for a debate.
MPs are set to debate the safety of Covid vaccines after a petition calling for an “immediate and full scientific investigation” into likely links between Covid-19 vaccination and a supposed increase in heart attacks.
It comes after over 100,000 people called on the Government to launch a public inquiry after millions were triple jabbed under the direction of the NHS, with rare cases facing side effects such as headaches and heart inflammation.
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This petition, which has more than 107,000 signatures, states: “It is the duty of the Government to ensure that the prescribed medical interventions of its response to Coronavirus are safe.
“We believe that the recent and increasing volume of data relating to cardiovascular problems since the Covid-19 vaccine rollout began is of enough concern to warrant a full Public Inquiry.”
In its response to the petition the Government said earlier this year : “The Government commissioned a public inquiry into the pandemic and has no plans for a vaccine safety inquiry. Our surveillance strategy for COVID-19 vaccines provides continuous safety monitoring.”
The debate will last up to an hour and a half, and will provide opportunities for MPs to question the Government directly on this issue from Westminster Hall.