Pregnant Women’s Babies Risk From mRNA Covid Shots
by Tim Ellis | 23 Apr 2022
Pregnant Women’s Babies Risk From mRNA Covid Shots


My partner had cause to phone Flinders Medical Centre. Upon being transferred to the correct area, the first thing heard was a recorded message saying that it is safe for pregnant women to have the COVID jab and they should do so. This is misleading information and should be immediately removed from the recording.

The SA Health website, similarly, has information in numerous places stating that, “Research from around the world has shown mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, such as Pfizer and Moderna, are safe and effective if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning a family.” Again, this is misleading and should be immediately removed from all places on the website that it appears.

The insert of Pfizer’s mRNA shots, in part, says the following:

(Section 8.1) “Available data on COMIRNATY administered to pregnant women are insufficient to inform vaccine-associated risks in pregnancy.”

(Section 8.2) “It is not known whether COMIRNATY is excreted in human milk. Data are not available to assess the effects of COMIRNATY on the breastfed infant or on milk production/excretion.”

SA Health are now at odds with UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) regarding the Pfizer jab, at least. On their website, they state:

“Sufficient reassurance of safe use of the vaccine in pregnant women cannot be provided at the present time…Women who are breastfeeding should also not be vaccinated.” (Ref 1)

You can read about this in more detail in an upcoming article on Misinformation and Mixed Messages, to be posted soon.

The SA Health website also states, “Vaccination is the best way to reduce your risk of becoming seriously unwell with COVID-19.” This is not just misleading, it is patently false. SA Health’s own data shows this. It also flies in the face of a Lancet report:


As of 1st April, 2022, VAERS has recorded more than 4,000 deaths of unborn children occurring shortly after their pregnant mothers received the COVID shot (Compared to the past 30 years of VAERS data regarding foetal deaths following maternal flu shots – 565 total reports – this is an estimated 16,633% higher rate)

This is not proof that the shots caused the adverse event. However, it is temporal association and is unquestionably a signal that should be investigated, not ignored.

It should also be recognised that there is significant under-reporting to both VAERS and DAEN.

In light of the number of deaths of unborn children following their mothers’ receiving the COVID shot that have been reported, any and all information issued by SA Health about the safety of COVID shots for pregnant or lactating women should be removed.

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