Pfizer Documents Released – Pfizer vaccine for COVID is among the most popular and effective vaccines in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recommend everyone get the vaccine from Pfizer other than Johnson and Johnson.
Another health agency of the United States, the Food and Drug Administration, has also approved a vaccine for COVID made by Pfizer for everyone below the age of 18 to 5 years.
A few days ago, Pfizer made it to the news when the Food and Drug Administration of the United States released around 55,000 pages related to Pfizer and its vaccine for coronavirus.
During that time, Pfizer also released its quarterly result for the first quarter of 2022. It released the results with revenue of billions of dollars just from the vaccine.
Why did the FDA release Pfizer documents?
Now you might ask why the Food and Drug Administration of the United States is releasing the documents related to vaccines and Pfizer.
Around September 2021, a nonprofit organization named public health and medical professionals for transparency asked the Food and Drug Administration of the United States to release the documents via the Freedom of Information act.
FDA did not approve the request made by public health and medical professionals for transparency, and in November 2021, they proposed releasing around 500 pages of the document each month.
But, the problem with 500 pages each month is that it will complete the request under the Freedom of Information act in about 55 to 75 years.
But, the nonprofit organization did not agree with the terms, and they asked a Texas court to look into the matter, and the Texas court asked FDA to release all the documents requested by the nonprofit organization.
Working on that request, the Food and Drug Administration of the United States released around 55,000 pages related to the Pfizer vaccine a few days ago.
Now, you can easily access all the files and documents on the official website of public health and medical professionals for transparency.
Rumors market after Pfizer documents were released
Rumor market in the United States is always looking for its target, and vaccine for cold word 19 has become their soft target once again.
As soon as the Food and Drug Administration of the United States released the official Pfizer documents, people started claiming that the Pfizer vaccine for COVID is not safe for pregnant women.
The company has already made it clear that vaccines are completely safe for everyone, including pregnant women, but their market of rumors has reunited the topic.
On the official website of the Centers for Disease Control and prevention, it is written that Vaccine is completely safe for everyone, including pregnant women. The vaccine is not going to harm the fetus or unborn baby.
Apart from that, a lot of people have been claiming that Pfizer already knew that their vaccine was going to kill the people. We even saw several posts with a similar headline on social media platforms.
In the social media post, they also claim that thousands of different side effects occur at an alarming rate. Even though these claims are false, a lot of people have started believing these claims.
What is in Pfizer documents?
Now you might ask what is in Pfizer documents. These documents became the topic of debate on social media as soon as the Food and Drug Administration of the United States released these documents.
In reality, there is nothing new indeed Pfizer documents that we don’t know already. The Centers for Disease Control and prevention have discussed everything in depth on its official website.
Nobody has found any hidden document which might contain information related to the severe side effects of taking the Pfizer vaccine. All of these are just speculation or rumors.
The Food and Drug Administration of the United States was skeptical of releasing these documents because they are sensitive information, and a lot of people will spread rumors based on these documents.
A similar thing is happening right now as the Food and Drug Administration of the United States has already released the first installment of the documents. Currently, the official number of documents is unknown, but everyone is speculating around 400,000 documents to be released by FDA after the Texas court asked them to release.
We have to wait at least a few weeks before the normal profit organization, which originally asked the Food and Drug Administration to release all the documents, to issue a statement or detailed analysis on these documents.
Other people are just speculating or spreading rumors. We suggest everyone not to do that, and if you are not vaccinated yet, kindly create an appointment and get yourself vaccinated as soon as possible.
The Food and Drug Administration in the United States released around 55,000 documents related to the Pfizer vaccine and its approval process. As soon as the FDA released all the documents, the market of rumors started spreading misinformation to the public.
A lot of people were seen sharing the fake report of the Pfizer vaccine not being safe for pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding.
It is completely fake news, and the Centers for Disease Control and prevention have already made sure that the Pfizer vaccine is completely safe to use even by pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding.
In a similar incident, people shared a huge list of side effects claiming that it is part of documents released by the Food and Drug Administration of the United States. That claim also became untrue as there is nothing hidden when it comes to the side effects of the Pfizer vaccine for COVID.
You can see all the side effects associated with that vaccine made by Pfizer on the official website of the Centers for Disease Control and prevention.
Where can I read all the Pfizer documents released by the FDA?
If you want to read Pfizer documents released by the FDA, Then you can visit the official website of a non-profit organization named public health and medical professionals for transparency. All the documents are available on their official website, and anyone can access them without any subscription or charges.