As if mixing anaesthesia with MMR and then administering it to a group of babies two and under wasn’t bad enough, the vaccine industry seem determined to damage their reputations. This time the drug giant GSK has dumped live polio viruses into the Belgian water supply!
‘September is proving to be another tricky month for GlaxoSmithKline’s ($GSK) vaccine production operation. Having begun the month by revealing new problems at its Canadian flu vaccine plant and followed that up with a fine for violating the U.S. Clean Air Act last week, GSK has now accidentally dumped live poliovirusinto the Belgian sewer system.
The events became public knowledge after Belgian authorities reported the leak to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). Here’s what reportedly happened. On September 2 a “human error” resulted in 45 liters of concentrated live poliovirus solution being released from GSK’s plant in Rixensart, Belgium. The liquid was processed at a nearby sewage treatment plant and released into a river.
Belgian authorities think the low concentration of any poliovirus that made it to the river and the high rate of vaccine coverage in the country mean the risk of infection is extremely small.’
Source: Fierce Vaccines, 25 September 2014.