Covid jab probably does protect those around you
30/03/2021 | news | health | 675
Out-of-date information may be deterring people from being vaccinated.
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30/03/2021 11:37:56 49 4
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The case numbers in Israel have been falling again over the last few weeks (since a peak on 2nd March), which would appear to coincide with the fact that they are rolling out 2nd jabs more quickly than any other country. This is the first major indication not only deaths/serious illness are prevented, but, transmission too. Very promising for UK if people get vaccinated.
israel is not a country at the top of my list when it comes to health, wealth or wisdom; they are a people whose experience of holocaust ensures they will never be able to get rid of that from their psyche, so will continue to deliver their unjust treatment to the people of diverse ethnicity; JC was lambasted for his views & this post will definitely be removed but hey, who said it was fair Removed
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30/03/2021 12:36:14 0 1
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John Cleese???
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30/03/2021 12:27:01 58 5
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The results are speaking for themselves.

Cases, Deaths and Admissions have dropped like a lead weight. There was not the expected surge in infections after the schools opened.

People are not dropping dead, nor are they falling under the evil control of Bill Gates.

It's becoming very difficult to find an excuse for not getting vaccinated.
No, no, you don't understand the vaccine doesn't kill people it just makes them infertile, hence rolling it out to the over 65s first. Got to get the reproduction rate down in that demographic. Removed
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30/03/2021 13:02:02 8 1
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It doesn't do that either, stop spreading lies from monkeys called anti vaxxers
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30/03/2021 13:36:05 8 20
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In science we perform testing of experimental drugs before we deem them "safe" to roll out to the mass public. We certainly don't skip animal testing on methods that have previously failed catastrophically in phase 3 testing.
In science, we also don't bury mountains of peer-reviewed data for repurposed drugs that afford comparative (and safer) protection to that of experimental vaccines just so that big Pharma can make a killing (literally and financially). Removed
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31/03/2021 07:55:43 2 0
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You sound exactly like a scientist, not. AZ is not for profit, do you literally and financially understand that.
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30/03/2021 13:39:17 15 3
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When the article can be written without the liberal use of words such as "probably", "most likely", "might", "suggests", "appeared to", "seems to be" and "may" then it will be of more use. All I see above is fluff!! Let's see what happens when we are out of lockdown...fingers crossed that the apparent good news continues.
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Science doesn’t make world beating promises until it’s certain!
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"Covid jab probably does protect those around you"

The emphasis is on "probably". This is propoganda to persuade people to take the vaccine. The establishment is desperate for people to take the vaccines which only has temporary authorisation.

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/liberal-feminist-naomi-wolf-joins-team-reality-by-exposing-nwo-vaccine-slavery-plan_duCb6N8HeL52XZQ.html
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So if the U.K. should be seen as the model on race, why is the BBC depicting an image of BLM kneeling?
The BBC create division.
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