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Maurice McGrath PhD

A Common Vaccine Occurrence

The statistically obvious, the prescient or the pre-emptive … or a mix of all three, Dr Kelly Moore MD was reported by CNN, “In an article on the COVID vaccine rollout, CNN states that Americans should not be concerned if people start dying after taking the vaccine because, “deaths can occur, which do not necessarily have anything to do with the vaccine.”

This, now difficult to find article was dated December 11, 2020 (h/t to the Internet Archive WayBack Machine). The article quotes Dr Moore:

“We wouldn’t be surprised to see that, incidentally, the vaccination is taking place and then someone dies shortly after being vaccinated, not because it has nothing to do with the vaccination, but simply because the place where People are the end of their lives”“Something that we would expect, as a common occurrence, because people often die in nursing homes.”

The author of these public health comments was Dr. Kelly Moore MD, adjunct associate professor in the Department of Health Policy, Vanderbilt University, with a Master of Public Health degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. A long serving member of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), since 2001 as an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Officer and, later, a Preventive Medicine Resident, her CV attests to a deep and committed involvement with vaccines. She has a particular engagement with the immunization regulations for child care, school and post-secondary schools.

Currently, Dr Moore’s LinkedIn site states: ‘Dr. Moore is dedicated to controlling vaccine-preventable diseases through evidence-based immunization strategies, including clinician education, effective immunization policies and program implementation. Experienced state immunization program director, advisor to CDC and the WHO, now President and CEO of Immunize.org, formerly the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC)’, whose mission is, “to increase immunization rates throughout the U.S. and is funded and supported by the CDC.

With regard to her association with the WHO, Dr Moore’s LinkedIn site states that she chairs the Immunization Practices Advisory Committee (IPAC) Geneva Area, Switzerland, that was established in 2010. IPAC supports and advises the Director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB) about strengthening and improving the delivery of international immunization programs and realising the goals of Global Immunization Vision and Strategies (GIVS) and Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP). Dr Moore’s devotion to the cause of global vaccination is therefore of the highest order and quite unimpeachable.



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