Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Polish official requests investigation into gov't refusal to import swine flu vaccines 12/01/09 7:45pm

WARSAW, Poland — Poland's ombudsman has asked prosecutors to investigate the government for refusing to import swine flu vaccines, calling it an "unacceptable" failure that endangers public health.

Janusz Kochanowski, the country's top official for defending civil rights, said he requested the investigation Tuesday. Prosecutors must now carry out preliminary fact-finding. They will decide later whether to open a full investigation.

The government of Prime Minister Donald Tusk has refused to import swine flu vaccines because of what it says is the refusal of producers to take responsibility for possible side effects.

So far, there have been 1,158 confirmed cases of swine flu in Poland and 24 deaths. Most of those who died had other underlying health conditions.

Looks like there is someone in Poland who is on the vaccine makers side, wonder if the vaccine companies give him money for elections?


  1. I see somebody is in the WHO's pocket. That's what, one world leader with some sense?

  2. Czy Janusz Kochanowski jest na WHO liscie plac?
    Odmowa importu koktajlu wirusow pod nazwa szczepionka przeciw grypie byla jedyna sensowna decyzja. Gratulacje nakeza sie Premierowi Tusk