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August 24, 2020, 11:05:18 AM
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If we kept the records of the victims, the vaccines used, and their health characteristics, then it would be possible to track the long term effects, and the interaction between vaccines, adjuvants and other drugs. Of course that will never happen, as it would show up the damage done to immune systems in most of the population.
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August 24, 2020, 09:12:31 PM
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I think it would be hard to justify why a block chain would be better for this than another kind of database.
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August 25, 2020, 06:09:44 AM
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Who is the doctor/physician going to keep such records when there are more pressing issues in the hospital to take care of?  Besides the time involved, it would be difficult to take make such records with blockchain as you have not explained how the application is going to be like.
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August 25, 2020, 07:42:41 AM
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Well there are already plans to put medical records on a blockchain, so it wouldn't be too difficult to cross refer to that. The advantage of a blockchain for vaccine statistics is that the records would be immutable, and there is so much fraud, obfuscation, concealment and manipulation in the current stats, that that would be a massive advantage. It wouldn't take too much effort to fill in a form, and I expect that they do that anyway.  The British NHS is overloaded with administrators rather than doctors and nurses, so it shouldn't have much effect on front line health care.

It will never happen though. Vaccines are unsafe, and damaging to natural immunity, and Big Pharma is contantly trying to conceal that.
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August 25, 2020, 01:57:53 PM
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first of all vaccines do not edit the immune system
immunosuppressant medication does... such as HCQ

vaccines are just a less lethal variant of the virus. and it just makes the immune system to what the immune system usually does when it see's something it doesnt like... create antibodies
we are not in the 1960's of monkey kidneys and mercury that lingers for years. so dont be so obsessed about the out-dated myths of the adjuncts

here is a hint
you are more likely to get harmed from trying to dry hump a stranger simply because you seen them cough. than you are to suffer harm from a vaccine
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however. having medical records on a blockchain would be advantageous. firstly instead of the current setup which has several copies of records distributed at different locations. those records are not automatically backing up and updating and securing themselves to ensure no edits/errors have occured.

by having blockchains the record hashes can be checked against each other to ensure not only whats their is accurate. but also know whats not been included and then include it. all without administrators

this however doesnt mean that records are transparent. as the 'client' software to read the blockchain will probably have some user access restriction levels. and only the medical profession can use it.
but atleast having medical records backed up and updated cheaper/faster makes it easy to then have a hospital access the records if you had to go hospital in a place no where near your home
(old system had to request data from your local regions record centre)
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August 31, 2020, 12:28:20 PM
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Personally I approve Blockchain for many things but not for vaccine, as it potentially makes those that do not believe in vaccines a potential target of the gov. I know for now in most countries you are obligated to be vaccinated.       
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August 31, 2020, 07:40:04 PM
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ever thought that some political groups send out conspiracies and requests to protest for certain stupid things so that they create a black list of idiots

its like scam calls. if you pick up and interact they add you to a black list of future gullible people to scam. same with spam messages

so imagine all the idiots in the antivaxxer brigade being on some blacklist for scammers to contact them and offer them supplements and other 'magic'

.. just think about that
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