Ron DeSantis, the Governor of Florida, announced his decision to appoint a grand jury to investigate the “wrongdoing” of COVID-19 vaccine makers in Florida. He made the announcement during a round table session early Tuesday morning.
“Today, I’m announcing a petition with the Supreme Court of Florida to impanel a statewide grand jury to investigate any and all wrongdoing in Florida with respect to Covid-19 vaccines,” DeSantis stated.
DeSantis says experts will investigate Florida COVID vaccine and hold them accountable for misconduct
DeSantis spoke about legal accountability for those who committed misconduct regarding vaccines. “We anticipate that we will get the approval for that, that will be something that will be impaneled most likely in the Tampa Bay area, and that will come with legal processes that will be able to get more information and to bring legal accountability for those who committed misconduct.”
Moreover, the governor mentioned additional surveillance and research into harmful reactions to the Covid-19 vaccines.
“We are initiating a program here in Florida where we will be studying the incidence in surveillance of myocarditis within a few weeks of Covid-19 vaccination for people who died,” Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo said. “This is going to be a surveillance study using—working with some of our medical examiners in Florida.”
DeSantis added that it is against Florida’s law to mislead people, particularly when you talk about the efficacy of the drug. He announced a panel of experts who will “counteract nonsense when it’s coming out of these institutions” such as the CDC.
The roundtable was joined by medical and health academic specialists
Dr. Joseph Ladapo, the Surgeon General of Florida, joined DeSantis in the discussion on vaccine accountability for the COVID-19 mRNA vaccinations.
The roundtable, called the “Public Health Integrity Committee,” was also attended by a number of medical and health academic specialists who discussed the hazards of the COVID-19 vaccines as well as their concerns about the commercialization of medical science during the pandemic.
On Dec. 9, DeSantis announced the accountability programme, citing many studies that showed a greater risk of myocarditis and pericarditis in teens and young men patients after getting the bivalent, mRNA vaccinations for COVID-19.
The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention previously recognised the risks of myocarditis, a swelling of the heart muscle, but cautioned that cases were uncommon.
State officials have previously stated that their personal study of myocarditis risks and diagnosis following COVID vaccination was upped as much as 86% for individuals aged 18 to 39 who received the mRNA vaccinations.