The time period for signing the petition ends at 11.59pm on 31 March 2023.
As of today 12,797 people have signed the petition which seeks the establishment of a Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Safety and Efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine use in New Zealand.
According to petition organiser Aly Cook, whose son suffered a COVID-19 vaccine adverse reaction, 68,429 adverse events post-vaccination had been reported when the petition started on 8 February. Of these 3,688 have been characterised as serious, as they include heart attacks, myocarditis, pericarditis and spontaneous abortions.
‘The vaccines were advertised as safe and effective. I believe there is insufficient research into mRNA vaccine injuries. I believe there have been more adverse reactions reported after Covid-19 vaccines than other medicines and that it is untrue that they are effective. I believe it is time for an inquiry,’ wrote Cook in the petition abstract.
People wanting to sign can do so online on the Parliament website at this link.