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One for those of us planning our summer get-aways perhaps?

The FAA (Federal Aviation Authority), having mandated the quaxxine for all its pilots against its own rules (which prohibit a pilot from flying if he/she has undertaken any unauthorised medication - the jab having only an EUA is not fully authorised), now seems to be in some sort of difficulty.

It has widened the CKG limits that a pilot must satisfy in order to remain medically approved to fly.

"When asked about the change, the FAA couldn’t justify it"

Maybe they needed more pilots to keep flying?

"My best guess ... is that over 50M Americans sustained some amount of heart damage from the shot"

"The fact that the Thailand study was published in a peer-reviewed journal, that they only did the easy-to-do assessments (which only found a portion of the damage), and the FAA quietly changed their EKG guidance should at least open your mind to the possibility that I might be right"

Maybe someone should tell the FAA that two wrong decisions don't make a right.

No doubt where the FAA leads, the EU regulators will follow.

Full story here.