Placard holders on Grimston Road in King's Lynn question Covid facts
Early morning commuters driving along Grimston Road in Lynn would have seen yellow placard holders this morning near to Asda.
The group, who were visible to drivers, a few of which tooted as they passed, were at first reluctant to speak to a reporter and did not wish to be named.
One of their concerns was to be reported in a negative light and that they are not anti-vaxxers but rather a 'freedom of truth' group.
A member alluded to an email that was requested via the Freedom of Information act relating to the number of deaths from Covid-19 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital as being 12 but that the figures being presented to the public via the media are reporting in the few hundreds.
His comments were that the actual number of deaths due to Covid-19 are not accurately being reported and also mentioned the Yellow Card scheme that is a website to report suspected side effects to medicines and vaccines or medical device and diagnostic adverse incidents used in coronavirus treatment.
The website description is "the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is the executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care that acts on behalf of the ministers to protect and promote public health and patient safety, by ensuring that medicines and medical devices meet appropriate standards of safety, quality and efficacy".
One woman in the group was concerned that students aged 12 and above at a local school were being offered cookies to have the Covid-19 vaccine.
Two of the group's signs read: 'Why vaccinate teens? when teens dying of Covid-19 is rare."
Another concern cited was that, although not in this country, if a person took the vaccine they would have the chance to win a car.
The group's aim is to take a stand in questioning the information the media presents via the Government about Covid-19 and the vaccinations.