Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Donald Trump’s White House silently closed the office responsible for overseeing vaccine safety, according to a report.
The office would have been responsible for reviewing the safety of the Covid-19 vaccines, which developers say will be rolled out in the coming months Die New York Times.
However, the office closed in 2019 and merged into an infectious diseases office Times Reports.
As part of the CDC, the experts worked out which symptoms arose after a vaccine was distributed and which symptoms were accidental.
“We stand behind the eight,” said Daniel Salmon, who was responsible for vaccination safety in this office from 2007 to 2012.
“We don’t even know who is responsible.”
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In a statement, the Department of Health and Human Services said the vaccines office had not closed, but was merged with the Infectious Diseases and HIV / AIDS Policy Office.
“All functions will remain in this new organizational structure,” a HHS spokesman told the Times.
Dr. Nicole Lurie was Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at HHS during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic.
“The coordinated guidance for such things would likely come from the National Vaccine Program Office,” she said, adding that she was concerned about the lack of guidance in the area.
“There is no active coordination to bring all the information together,” added Dr. Lurie added.
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