Covid vaccinations could start by Dec 28

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 16-12-2020 08:00:00 · 3 Comments

Portugal had initially planned to start its vaccination programme on the 5th of January

The national health board has said that the country’s vaccination programme could be brought forward by eight days. This comes after the European Medicines Agency said the first vaccine should be approved before Christmas, possibly next Monday. Portugal had initially planned to start its vaccination programme on the 5th of January, but this could now start by the last Monday of the year.



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Won't be reading this rag again due to the fake news items included on the page. Many things will produce a false positive in immunological testing. I am a retired microbiologist/immunologist.

By Stephen Cook from Other on 18-12-2020 07:00

Wake up people! You have all been lied to.

The following video was recorded on the floor of the Austrian parliament. During his speech, an MP tests a glass of cola for COVID-19, and it turns up positive.


https://3speak.co/watch?v=rair2/padnrjnn&jwsource=em

By Jenny jones from USA on 16-12-2020 01:40

Top German virologist warns people to NOT take these vaccines!

Professor Doctor Sucharit Bhakdi is a German virologist and professor of microbiology. He is an ethnic Thai who was born in the USA and educated at schools in Switzerland, Egypt, and Thailand. He studied medicine at the University of Bonn. Prior to his retirement, he was a professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz and, from 1991 to 2012, director of the Medical Institute for Microbiology and Hygiene in Germany.

Dr. Bhakdi is 73 years old, and says he will never allow himself to be vaccinated against COVID-19. In the following video he explains about the four major risks associated with the new vaccine.

By Guy Fawkes from USA on 16-12-2020 09:48
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