Public Consultations and COVID-19 Inquiry

UK Medical Freedom Alliance submissions to the COVID-19 Inquiry and other Public Consultations relating to Medical Ethics

Public Consultation Submissions

US FDA Public Consultation on Extending Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine EUA to Children under 5 years

11/06/22

UKMFA made this submission to the US FDA for consideration at the VRBPAC meeting on 15th June 2022, which will discuss expanding the EUA for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to babies and children aged 6 months to 5 years of age.

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World Health Organisation (WHO) Pandemic Treaty Public Consultation

12/04/22

UKMFA submitted the following (250-word limit) to the WHO's Public Consultation on a proposed new Pandemic Treaty that all countries would be expected to sign up to and which would potentially override national laws and constitutions in the event of the WHO declaring a pandemic.

The guiding question to be answered was: “What substantive elements do you think should be included in a new international instrument on pandemic preparedness and response?”

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UK Government Public Consultation on Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines for NHS and wider Care Sector Workers

05/10/21

UKMFA made this submission to the UK Government Public Consultation on Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines for all NHS and Social Care Employees.

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UK Government Public Consultation on COVID-19 Vaccine Certification/Passports

28/04/21

UKMFA submitted this response to the UK Government Public Consultation on COVID-19 Vaccine Certification.

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UK Government Public Consultation on COVID-19 Status Certification

26/03/21

The UKMFA, Lawyers for Liberty and Workers Union of England have submitted this joint response to the UK Government Public Consultation on COVID-19 Status Certification.

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COVID-19 Public Inquiry Core Participant Applications

Module 4 Application

30/06/23

UKMFA submitted the following document to apply to be Core Participants in the COVID-19 Inquiry Module 4 on COVID-19 vaccines and Therapeutics.

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Module 3 Application

02/12/22

UKMFA submitted the following document to apply to be Core Participants in the COVID-19 Inquiry Module 3 on Healthcare Systems Impact.

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UKMFA Comment on Public Inquiry - Draft Terms of Reference

30/03/22

UKMFA submitted the following criticisms of the Public Inquiry involving Terms of Reference. We pointed out that there were no current Term of Reference to examine how fundamental individual human rights and legal obligations, concerning Informed Consent and Bodily Autonomy which was ignored and violated during the pandemic by government policies.

We stated that it must be established that in any future pandemic, fundamental human rights and medical ethics are invariably upheld and honoured, and that a "one size fits all" approach is not acceptable, ethical or good medical practice.

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