Congratulations on using a reputable source, like CBS. I hope that Baltimore factory was severely fined for its negligence. I remember watching Forensic Files some time ago, about a facility that was dirty in manufacturing some medicine or other that was making people sick. Authorities managed to track down the source, a medical factory someplace in New England, and found that their practices in making and packaging the medicine were negligent and irresponsible. Heads rolled, people went to jail, and I think the facility closed.(Natural News) Over 15 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines were halted and trashed after FDA inspectors found ingredients from other vaccines in the Johnson & Johnson jabs, and discovered ‘brown residue’ all over the floors and walls, and open bags of medical waste being dragged around the facility. continue to article.
Once again this is from Natural News and we have been told here by some that they can't be trusted.
But, like most Natural News articles they lead you back to their source. This one came from CBS.
The Baltimore factory contracted to make Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine was dirty, didn't follow proper manufacturing procedures and had poorly trained staff, resulting in contamination of material that was going to be put in the shots, U.S. regulators said Wednesday. Continue with article.
The scary thing...the article was dated April 22 2021.
But question: Does what happened here mean the medicine itself was bad? OR was it the facility that was bad?
It is deplorable what happened at this Baltimore facility and I hope that they suffer consequences for it.
Remember the polio Cutter incident?
In the era of modern medicine, some of the first concerns about vaccines causing death date to isolated, but high profile past vaccine safety incidents. The “Cutter Incident” in 1955 involved a flaw in the Salk polio vaccine manufacturing process at Cutter Laboratories that led to production of substantial amounts of what was thought to be inactivated vaccine that contained live poliovirus. The result has been called “…one of the worst pharmaceutical disasters in US history”, with 40,000 cases of polio resulting in 51 cases of permanent paralysis and five deaths among vaccinated individuals, and 113 cases of paralysis and five deaths among contacts of vaccinated individuals [11,12].
Now, did this incident mean that the vaccine itself was bad--or was it the manufacturing process that was flawed? Should the polio vaccine have been banned? This incident damaged Salk's reputation, even though it wasn't his fault, and led to a drop in vaccinations for polio until it was cleared up. Yet polio vaccines are highly successful in preventing the disease and have caused a sharp drop in incidences of the disease, worldwide. But back in the 50's it was a scourge and polls taken among Americans indicated that, after nuclear bombs, polio was what Americans feared most. But it has been largely eliminated worldwide due to the vaccine.