Letter to the editor – 3630 fellow men – Liechtensteiner Volksblatt, the daily newspaper for Liechtenstein
The vaccination issue has divided our society to a frightening extent. The group of vaccinated do-gooders is opposed to that of stupid scapegoats. The question arises, on which side is the truth at home? Is it currently even possible to make absolute statements – like what the President of the Medical Association did? The trials of the conditionally approved vaccines are ongoing.
The Swissmedic report “Reports of suspected adverse effects of Covid 19 vaccinations in Switzerland” shows 3,630 serious cases for the period from 1.1.2021 to 23.11.2021; How many of these one of the 853 CH intensive care beds (as of December 1, 2021) needs, is not known. The following criteria apply to a serious adverse effect of a drug or vaccine: death, life-threatening, hospitalization or extension, permanent damage or disability, congenital anomaly, medically important / temporarily severely impaired (medical intervention required).
Are these people who are just unlucky? Who assumes liability and costs? Mind you, these fates also affect those around you.
The ex-Ex-Chancellor of Austria said at the beginning of this alleged pandemic: “Soon each of us will know someone who died of Corona.” What is the reality like 20 months later? Are we in a better position compared to autumn 2020 when no one has been injected? Is there really no alternative to the vaccination strategy?
Assigning blame in a kind of “bluff game” does not provide a constructive solution. On the contrary, they stir up hatred. In the time before Corona, science took advantage of critical and controversial discussions that ultimately led to balanced solutions. Diversity was an important and valuable component in the search for the truth.
Carmen Sprenger-Lampert, Landstrasse 333, Triesen