Why are governments not requiring this safety precaution, which is easy to implement and has been shown in peer reviewed studies to defend against life-threatening repercussions? The precaution is known as ‘aspiration’ and consists in drawing back on the plunger once the needle has been inserted to see if any blood returns into the syringe, also clearly explained here by Dr. Campbell. If there is blood, do not inject.
See Dr. Campbell’s peer reviewed links in the video description, some of which are included here, below.
Germany’s vaccination board now recommends aspiration. Source (German)
Statens Serum Institut: Based on a precautionary principle, we recommend aspiration before injection. (Source)
It has long been known that intravenous injection of adenovirus leads to TTS in mice (Source)
Now, new Covid vaccine-specific studies agree with this previous work (Source)
Intravenous Injection of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) mRNA Vaccine Can Induce Acute Myopericarditis in Mouse Model (Source: August 2021)
‘Indeed, there is peer-reviewed work showing in mice that possibly intravenous injection of mRNA vaccine leads to myocardial inflammation.’ (Source)