Amid Autumn Booster Rollout, UK Mathematician Says No Evidence Anyone Should Get COVID Vaccines

There is no longer evidence that suggests anyone should get the COVID-19 vaccines, a British mathematician said as the UK government rolls out another booster campaign ahead of the winter season.

Norman Fenton, professor of risk and information management at the Queen Mary University of London and director of risk assessment software company Agena, told The Epoch Times he used to believe that people at risk of serious illnesses and death from COVID-19 can benefit from the vaccines, but no longer sees “any evidence at all that anybody should get vaccinated” based on more recent data.

Fenton is a member of the Health Advisory and Recovery Team (HART), a group of UK academics who are critical of the government’s response to the pandemic.

Diagnostic pathologist Dr. Clare Craig, also a member of the HART group, called on the government to “get realistic,” saying people can’t be expected to be injected “at great expense every six months,” and that “pushing another vaccination campaign will just ramp up fear again.”