Part 4/8 Vaccines as a Covid mitigation measure. | The Controversy Continues
Do the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risk? The aim of any treatment is to reduce the absolute risk to a lower value, and not to introduce risk. Therefore, it is necessary to determine the safety and efficacy of the Covid ‘vaccine’. Vaccines were proposed as a mitigation measure. Other options include natural immunity, which is longer lasting. Evidence finds that the Covid ‘vaccines’ cause more harm than good.
On Tuesday 7 June, the Chief Executive of NEASA, Gerhard Papenfus, participated in a panel discussion during the CHRO-SA’s virtual HR Indaba. The topic was Mandatory vaccinations: Where we are now and where we are headed'. Two of the other panellists were Dr Noluthando Nematserani, Head: Centre For Clinical Excellence at Discovery, and Steven Teasedale, Chief People Experience Officer at Discovery. Dr Nematserani invited the CE of NEASA to a further discussion to convince him that taking the ‘vaccine’ is the appropriate action, but she herself has since declined numerous requests for such a debate. This series of videos is about certain comments made by Discovery with regards to Covid vaccines and vaccine mandates. Discovery claims to have played a very important role in convincing South Africa that taking the ‘vaccine’ is the solution to the Covid-challenge.
Participants Dr Herman Edeling (Neurosurgeon), Dr Stephen Schmidt (Physician), Prof Johann Holm (Engineer) and Gerhard Papenfus (CE of NEASA) discuss.