A Letter of Safety Warning To CVS, Rite Aid And Their Pharmacists

The Potential Danger of Indiscriminate COVID-19 Vaccination In The Naturally Immune And Recently COVID-19 Infected.

CVS CEO, Karen S. Lynch (Left), and Rite Aid CEO, Heyward R. Donigan (Right).
  1. As a matter of clinical standard we already know that vaccinating infected persons is potentially harmful. Certainly, recent CDC guideline indicates that persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 should wait for 3 months before getting vaccinated — this is an implicit acknowledgement that such persons are at risk of harm. Certainly, we already know that a substantial number of persons are asymptomtically infected with SARS-CoV-2 and, thus, will not know that they are infected at the time of their vaccination at your facilities. Moreover, recent data emerging from the UK is demonstrating that ambulatory patients with prior infections are the ones having the most intense vaccine related adverse reactions. You may review this data HERE. Of course, any reasonable epidemiologist, clinician or attorney would recognize that when the bell-shaped curve of adverse events is shifted to the right on the x-axis for the naturally infected, a lot more of the tail end of that bell-curve will be in “death valley”. In fact, there are some very prominent examples of death and complications from indiscriminate COVID-19 vaccination of the recently infected in the press. Names like Dr. J. Barton Williams of TN, Mr. Christopher Sarmiento of NM, and Ms. Brandy Parker-McFadden of TN. These persons with prior infections, who developed post-vaccine complications, are only 3 examples of Americans harmed, and will likely be the tip of a far larger iceberg. The shame is that most such individuals are highly likely to be naturally immune and, in truth, do not benefit from the vaccinations that trigger their complications or deaths — but even more shameful is that harm to these persons could be avoided if only our nation’s public health and corporate leaders were more circumspect and did NOT allow indiscriminate vaccination of the the recently infected and already immune.

Hooman Noorchashm MD, PhD is a physician-scientist. He is an advocate for ethics, patient safety and women’s health. He and his 6 children live in Pennsylvania.