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  1. I'm a Brit. I'm also not a scientist or medical professional. Like most of the world the U.K. have had vaccines for various diseases for donkey's years. We've also had, obviously, the facility to track adverse reactions to these vaccines. I read somewhere, and sadly I can't find it now, that the average ADR is around 1% of the vaccinated population. Again, obviously these ADRs could be, perhaps, as mild as a headache or something like autism or narcolepsy, perhaps even death. In the UK we have the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). They put out to tender for an AI sy
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