How Petros Karagiannis responds to the sudden deaths (BINTEO)
Professor Dr. was invited to speak on Mesimeri and Kati about sudden deaths. Petros Karagiannis
Professor Dr. was invited to speak on Mesimeri and Kati about sudden deaths. Petros Karagiannis.
Initially he spoke about Covid19, noting that we are behind our everyday life by 99.9%. "It's largely due to vaccines and the fact that the population was persuaded and vaccinated." He noted that initially no effort was made to properly inform the public about vaccine safety. "We hear about various side effects but when you consider that 13.5 billion vaccines have been given worldwide, the number of side effects is very limited. Now the companies are aware of the side effects and efforts will be made to modify the vaccines to make them safer. I don't consider this to be easy because the side effects also happen when someone is exposed to the virus."
He emphasized that it is an endogenous factor that affects the binding protein of the virus in our cells.
As for the sudden deaths and whether they are linked to vaccines, he said “why should it be the vaccine and not the disease in the interim. If it is due to the virus, the deaths need to be investigated with autopsies to rule out other causes related to the sudden deaths."
He noted that patients are being observed long-term for potential side effects in the future.