PM to advise Public on television of Yellow Cards adverse reactions to Covid19 vaccines

The request was refused by Department of Health and Social Care.

ANNA Frances (Account suspended)

Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

We the people request that the Prime Minister and the Minister of Health daily advise the UK public when they are making their Television appearances of the Yellow Card Adverse Reactions to the experimental Covid19 vaccines -by verbally saying out loud the link to www.gov.co.uk under the section Yellow Cards-Covid19 and to supply a link in their sub titles-ie actively encourage people to look at these Yellow Cards and if they do not -the UK public can ask the very obvious question WHY?
Why would the UK government not want millions of people to see the actual facts ?
First Do No Harm. Informed consent is a legal requirement.

Yours faithfully,

ANNA Frances

Department of Health and Social Care

Our ref: DE-1316074
 
Dear Ms Frances,
 
Thank you for your correspondence of 19 March about the COVID-19 vaccine.
I have been asked to reply.

The Freedom of Information Act only applies to recorded information such
as paper or electronic archive material.  As your correspondence asked for
general information, rather than requesting recorded information or
documentation, it did not fall under the provisions of the Act.

I apologise I cannot assist directly.

Yours sincerely,
 
Lucy Ogan
Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries
Department of Health and Social Care
 

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FreedomofInformation, Department of Health and Social Care

Dear Ms Frances,

Thank you for your email.

The Freedom of Information Act only applies to recorded information such as paper or electronic archive material. As your correspondence asked for general information and an explanation rather than requesting recorded information or documentation, it did not fall under the provisions of the Act. It will be answered as general correspondence in due course.

You may find it helpful to refer to the Information Commissioner's 'How to access information from a public body' webpage. It includes advice for requesters on how to word requests to get the best result. Future correspondence is less likely to be refused if framed in accordance with these guidelines.

https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/off...

Yours sincerely,

FOI Team
Department of Health and Social Care

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