Contract details & TotPfizer, Moderna, Astrazeneca, Johnson

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Dear Department of Health,

Good afternoon,

I am requesting information, Moderna, Pfizer, Astrazeneca J&J, other brands injections records, contract clauses, etc requiring the Soverign Country placing the order to manufacturer, Soverign Assets only accepted as COLLATERAL, HARD ASSET'S, Properties commercial, industrial, residential, farming.

Total number of assets selected, types of assets by industry, total value of assets offered collateral, Certificates of Title, Employment offers, sunset clauses, extra penalties to apply to both parties for breaking, defaulting, voluntary entering Bankruptcy, manufacturing breakdown delay on delivery, acts of god effecting delivery, product failure, unknown research & design flaws, defects, ending contractsearly or overdue, manufacturer unable to fullfill orders, payment methods, Fiat currency and nationally used.

Yours faithfully,

Dean Miles

FOI, Department of Health

Dear Mr Miles,


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