- May 28, 2019
Can you clarify this as it doesn't make sense to me?See, the businesses know that isn't the case, at least in the US. Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J make SO MUCH MONEY in our healthcare system, particularly from the federal government through Medicare and Medicaid pharmacy programs that they KNOW they don't want to have issues with this vaccine, or they risk losing it all and becoming a disfavored manufacturer whose products fall off the "approved" list. Not to mention, there's WAY more money in doing this right, especially if boosters become needed, and all 3 know it.
Plus, in the US, you have immunity to lawsuit until 9 people say you don't...those 9 people have been known to not be the most consistent (and truly, you only really need ONE person, and then just later courts to refuse to hear the appeals)...
This is not true. ALL vaccines are immune from lawsuits and you can only go to vaccine court to try to get compensation for injury. There is no liability at all on the companies manufacturing any vaccine. This is one of the problems with vaccines in general and one of the reasons for vaccine hesitancy.If you acually looked into this its not on the companys, the world as a whole told these places to make more vaccine per month than ever before. So in order for them to agree they asked for the exemption. They are busting *** doing there all to get a safe product to the masses but in the end it is way more than most the places have ever tried to make in such a short time thus wanting the safety net. Its not that they are making an unsafe drug its that the quantity is more than normal.