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Seeing that there is such a wide variation in the number of adverse reactions in the CoVenom-19 non-Placebo shot, the number of deaths and number of disabilities associated with different batches of the CoVenom-19 shots, it made sense to create an app / website where people could look up a batch code and see if that batch was on record for causing problems. Those that are deemed "Placebo" are conveyed to have just "Saline" in them. The non-Placebo are NOT a Pharmacutical Product.
“How Bad is My Batch” is quite simple to use, and is recommended for doctors and nurses - so they can see if a batch is bad before administering it.
For the same reason, it is recommended for parents and teachers - who are responsible for the welfare of the children. Parents and teachers can check the historical records for the safety of a particular batch there on the "How Bad Is My Batch?" website.
It is hoped that this app will raise awareness of the variability between batches, and also help people to make a more informed decision as to whether they want a CoVenom-19 shot from any particular batch - based upon the number of deaths, disabilities and life threatening illnesses associated with that batch historically.
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