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e-3527 (Health)

Initiated by Steven Pelech from Vancouver, British Columbia

Original language of petition: English

Petition to the Government of Canada

  • Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine has been authorized under Interim Order for use in Canadians as young as 12 years;
  • Biodistribution studies show spread of injected vaccine surrogate nanoparticles throughout the body, including accumulation in reproductive and other diverse organs, and the peak levels of these nanoparticles in the organs, and resulting SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, have not been established;
  • The World Health Organization recently confirmed that children and adolescents tend to have milder disease, and there is not yet enough evidence to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated;
  • The reproductive and endocrine organs are sensitive to injuries from infections and inflammation, which may cause infertility and other health issues;
  • The vaccine nanoparticles enveloping the mRNA can induce inflammation;
  • The spike protein, which causes damage to various organs, can circulate in the blood as late as 28 days after vaccination;
  • The American Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System has received submissions of tens of thousands of events involving blood disorders, and various organs, including ovaries; and
  • Currently, vaccine safety trials do not have the duration or numbers of participants required to rule out many short-term and more importantly long-term adverse reactions including autoimmunity and infertility.
We, the undersigned, citizens and residents of Canada, call upon the Government of Canada to suspend the use of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnant women, children, youth, and adults of child-bearing age, until adequate short and long-term safety trials are completed and published in peer-reviewed journals.
Open for signature
June 30, 2021, at 2:35 p.m. (EDT)
Closed for signature
July 30, 2021, at 2:35 p.m. (EDT)
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Niagara West
Conservative Caucus