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22 Mar 2023

San Juan Basin Public Health removes some COVID-19 misinformation from website

Posted by Adam Howell


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San Juan Basin Public Health removed numerous bullet points of misinformation from their web page about the COVID-19 vaccines.

Specifically, some time after Feb. 10, 2022, the public health agency deleted an entire web page about the jabs. They replaced it with a web page minus the same misinformation that they had previously published.

In 2022, the URL https://sjbpublichealth.org/covid-19-vaccine/ was replaced with a page having less information. The newer page was published at the URL: https://sjbpublichealth.org/202/Vaccine. Some previous versions of their web pages about the COVID-19 vaccines was archived at http://wayback.archive.org/.

In the previous iteration of the web page about the COVID-19 vaccines it stated under the “Frequently Asked Questions” accordion drop-down menu, “will the vaccine have any effect on fertility?”

In response to that ‘frequently asked question,’ the incorrect answer that they gave said that the COVID vaccine has no impact on fertility, and it poses no risk for pregnant people.

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Screenshot from the previous iteration of SJBPH’s COVID-19 vaccine web page. This page was last archived on http://wayback.archive.org/ on Feb. 10, 2023.

As many of us now know, their previous claim about the clot shot being safe for pregnant women was false.

For example, Dr. James Thorp et al did a retrospective study of adverse events in women of reproductive age who had been jabbed. The study was published in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.

James Thorp MD is a Board-Certified Obstetrician Gynecologist and Maternal Fetal Medicine Physician with almost 44 years of obstetrical experience.

Their study focused on pregnancy and menstruation using data collected by the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) database from Jan 1, 1998, to Jun 30, 2022.

“The proportional reporting ratio comparing AEs reported after COVID-19 vaccines with those reported after influenza vaccines is significantly increased (≥ 2.0) for COVID-19 vaccine for menstrual abnormality, miscarriage, fetal chromosomal abnormalities, fetal malformation, fetal cystic hygroma, fetal cardiac disorders, fetal cardiac arrest, fetal arrhythmias, fetal vascular malperfusion, fetal growth abnormalities, fetal abnormal surveillance, placental thrombosis, fetal death/stillbirth, low amniotic fluid, preeclampsia, premature delivery, preterm premature rupture of membrane, and premature baby death. When normalized by time-available, doses-given, or number of persons vaccinated, all COVID-19 vaccine AEs far exceed the safety signal on all recognized thresholds. These results necessitate a worldwide moratorium on the use of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy,” the abstract to the study said.

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Pfizer publishes study with data showing pregnancy complications post vaccination

Additionally, what’s false about the “covid-shots-have-no-impact-on-fertility” claim is that Pfizer’s own Cumulative Analysis of Post-authorization Adverse Event Reports lists the following pregnancy complications:

  • Pregnancy outcomes for the 270 pregnancies were reported as spontaneous abortion (23),
    outcome pending (5), premature birth with neonatal death, spontaneous abortion with
    intrauterine death (2 each), spontaneous abortion with neonatal death, and normal outcome (1
    each). No outcome was provided for 238 pregnancies (note that 2 different outcomes were
    reported for each twin, and both were counted).

Ask yourself: how can there be no impact on fertility or risk to pregnant people when one of the manufacturers says that spontaneous abortion, premature birth and neonatal death have occurred post authorization?

Pfizer Vaccine Trial, 5.3.6-postmarketing-experience

Why was the previous web page about the COVID-19 vaccines removed from the San Juan Basin Public Health website? Was it false information? Is getting vaccinated for COVID-19 safe if you’re pregnant or planning on getting pregnant?

I emailed these questions to San Juan Basin Public Health’s Communications Director Megan Graham on March 21, 2023. Here’s what she said later that week:

 “The information on our website regarding COVID-19 vaccine has always originated with the CDC or CDPHE. Previously, we would post the language directly on our page, but have begun linking directly to those external resources for efficiency since the guidance from those sources changes from time to time and we want remain consistent,” said SJBPH Communications Director Megan Graham.

San Juan Basin Public Health removes web page with misinformation about natural immunity

Another question that the previous iteration of their website offered under the “Frequently Asked Questions” accordion drop-down menu was, “If I already had COVID-19 and recovered, do I still need to get vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine?”

The response written underneath that question was:

“There is mounting evidence that people who are fully immunized benefit from more protection than those who have been infected with COVID-19. According to one study, unvaccinated individuals who have previously contracted COVID-19 are more than twice as likely to contract the virus again as fully vaccinated individuals.”

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Screenshot from the previous iteration of SJBPH’s COVID-19 vaccine web page. This page was last archived on http://wayback.archive.org/ on Feb. 10, 2023.

Of course, that claim about the shots providing better immunity than natural immunity from a previous infection was bogus misinformation, as well.

To the contrary, having SARS-CoV-2 once confers much greater immunity than a vaccine, according to an Israeli study published at Science.org.

Furthermore, three Pfizer officials said that antibodies lead to equal, if not better, protection against the virus compared to the vaccine, according to a Project Veritas investigation.

Moreover, check out what Dr. Fauci had to say about the efficacy of natural immunity, before he became a shill for the pharmaceutical companies:

My questions:
Does San Juan Basin Public Health still believe that people who are fully immunized for COVID-19 have more protection than those who have been previously infected with and recovered from COVID-19? Why was that information about natural immunity removed from the most recent web page of SJBPH about the COVID-19 vaccines?

I asked these questions of San Juan Basin Public Health’s Communications Director Megan Graham. Again, here’s how Graham Responded later that week:

 “The information on our website regarding COVID-19 vaccine has always originated with the CDC or CDPHE. Previously, we would post the language directly on our page, but have begun linking directly to those external resources for efficiency since the guidance from those sources changes from time to time and we want remain consistent,” said SJBPH Communications Director Megan Graham.

San Juan Basin Public Health removes claims about Comirnaty from web page

Another claim that was made on the previous iteration of SJBPH’s COVID-19 vaccine web page was that the Pfizer vaccine will now be called Comirnaty. Additionally, former COVID-19 Public Information Officer Chandler Griffin said that Comirnaty COVID-19 vaccines are widely available in La Plata County.

Alarmingly, I discovered through my own investigating that Comirnaty was most certainly not available anywhere in La Plata County. Read the investigation into San Juan Basin Public Health’s deception about the availability of Comirnaty by clicking here.

Screenshot from the previous iteration of SJBPH’s COVID-19 vaccine web page. This page was last archived on http://wayback.archive.org/ on Feb. 10, 2023.

Why was the information about Comrinaty not included in the most recent iteration of SJBPH’s web page about the COVID-19 vaccines?
Was the information that SJBPH previously published and provided about Comirnaty incorrect?

I emailed these questions to San Juan Basin Public Health’s Communications Director Megan Graham. Here’s Graham’s reply once again:

 “The information on our website regarding COVID-19 vaccine has always originated with the CDC or CDPHE. Previously, we would post the language directly on our page, but have begun linking directly to those external resources for efficiency since the guidance from those sources changes from time to time and we want remain consistent,” said SJBPH Communications Director Megan Graham.

Four Corners OB-GYN failed to call me back in response to questions that I had about the effects of the jab on fertility (3/22/23).

Adam Howell is a writer who believes in free press and the importance of the constitution. He can be reached by clicking on this link to the contact page.

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