FDA Reportedly Needs 75 Years to Release Vaccine Data

FDA Extends Deadline to Release Vaccine Data to 75 Years

(AbsoluteNews.com) – A couple of months ago, the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to force the FDA to release the data it used to approve the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine. In November, the government regulatory agency responded to the request, indicating it would take 55 years for them to comply with the request. Now it’s indicating it could take even longer.

According to Attorney Aaron Siri, the FDA recently asked for an extension to comply with the FOIA request. The agency has said it’s only able to release 500 pages of documents per month because it has to redact certain information. Siri’s firm asked the judge to make the regulatory agency release the information within 108 days, the same amount of time it took the agency to approve the Pfizer vaccine.

The court ordered both sides to submit briefs by December 6. When the FDA submitted its response, Siri claims it allegedly said it needs until at least 2096, 75 years from now, to release the data.

PHMPT has said it wants the FDA to release the information so it can be evaluated by independent healthcare officials. They believe transparency is key to convincing people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Instead, the federal agency is being secretive and slow-walking the information, making some people wonder what it’s hiding.

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