Read Doctors for Covid Ethics’ letters to and from the European Medicines Agency (EMA). In those letters we seek evidence that foreseeable vaccine dangers were ruled out prior to human use, and call for a halt to COVID-19 vaccines on urgent safety grounds. Our first letter of warning was issued prior to clot-related vaccine suspensions around the world.
A Reminder of Liability Information
A Reminder of Liability Information for COVID-19 Vaccination Sent to German Physicians
Notices of Liability
Notices of Liability for Vaccine Harm and Death Sent to the EMA and all Members of the European Parliament – Sep 13, 2021
Hundreds of doctors and scientists from over 30 countries have signed Doctors for Covid Ethics’ open letters to the EMA.
Letter to Physicians: Four New Scientific Discoveries Regarding COVID-19 Immunity and Vaccines – Implications for Safety and Efficacy
Doctors for Covid Ethics has sent the following letter to tens of thousands of doctors in Europe, summarising four recent scientific findings critical to the COVID-19 vaccination program. The letter explains each finding as it relates to the biology of COVID-19 vaccines, including interactions with the immune system.
On February 28, 2021, Doctors for Covid Ethics wrote to the EMA warning of clotting, bleeding and platelet abnormalities from gene-based COVID-19 vaccines.
On March 23, 2021, the EMA replied to Doctors for Covid Ethics, dismissing the group’s vaccine safety concerns.
Second Letter: Rebuttal to the EMA
On April 1, 2021, Doctors for Covid Ethics rejected the EMA’s risk-benefit analysis, countering the claim that vaccine-induced clotting and bleeding is ‘rare’, and COVID-19 vaccines are ‘safe’.
On April 20, Doctors for Covid Ethics wrote to the EMA for a third time, stressing that the symptoms of Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis (CVST) dominate the list of adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines.
Press Release: Letter 1
Doctors and scientists express serious concerns that the approval of COVID-19 vaccines was premature and reckless.
Press Release: Letter 2
Doctors and scientists accuse medical regulator of downplaying COVID-19 vaccine dangers.