I wonder just how far Moderna thinks its liability immunity extends.

Denmark and Norway advise against the Moderna pseudo-vaccine for those under 18. Myocarditis and pericarditis, i.e., heart inflammation.

Sweden and Finland suspended Moderna for those under 30. Myocarditis and pericarditis.

Iceland just suspended Moderna completely. Myocarditis and pericarditis. Plus, it wasn’t working. 88% of their over-12 population vaccinated, and cases are still surging.

I’m not sure how other countries are dealing with liability (I understand Pfizer includes lawsuit liability as a purchase contract condition), but in the US they’re essentially immune to pseudo-vax lawsuit. But at this rate…

I wonder if they think they’re immune to bullets fired by irate survivors and family members.

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One thought on “I wonder just how far Moderna thinks its liability immunity extends.”

  1. Their US legal immunity does not cover negligence or criminal acts (e.g. fraud). And yes, they probably think they’re bullet proof.

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