COVID-19 The Vaccinated Are Catching and spreading Covid

Conall Cael

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Suddenly now 'underlying issues' are relevant where as if you asked about underlying issues last year you would have your head bitten off.

Even in Australia the authorities are specifically stating how many cases are vaxxed and unvaxxed but the lying scum that call themselves the Irish Media are hiding the truth.
I see comments under Fergal Bowers tweets with normies becoming extremely hostile if the question is even asked about vax vs unvax
 

The Potato Mystic

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They aren't "vaccinated". Nobody is actually vaccinated.

To lob a few artillery shells back in the regime's front garden, you gotta abandon their deceitful terminology.
 

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She's the yoke that said Santa had undergone a serious risk assessment due to the Covid-19 pandemic, was ”not exactly thin”, would be in a risk category of being admitted to intensive care if he caught the virus but was going so fast he was unlikely to transmit it. Now she sees no problem giving the clotshot to children.

'Professor Emer Shelley, from the Royal College of Physicians, said the reasons for Ireland's high rate include the level of education among the people and the clear communication on the importance and safety of vaccination'

'Of 18 to 29-year-olds, 85% have had at least one jab - with 82% fully protected'

'A decision will be made in October or November on whether vaccines can be used on 5 to 11-year-olds.'


"My personal opinion is that as long as it is licensed and safety assured by the relevant authorities then yes, it would be a good idea to administer the vaccine to those children"

 

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They aren't "vaccinated". Nobody is actually vaccinated.

To lob a few artillery shells back in the regime's front garden, you gotta abandon their deceitful terminology.

They use 'inoculated' here.

A vaccine is legally defined as any substance designed to be administered to a human being for the prevention of one or more diseases [5]. For example, a January 2000 patent application that defined vaccines as “compositions or mixtures that when introduced into the circulatory system of an animal will evoke a protective response to a pathogen.” was rejected by the U.S. Patent Office because “The immune response produced by a vaccine must be more than merely some immune response but must be protective. As noted in the previous Office Action, the art recognizes the term "vaccine" to be a compound which prevents infection” [6]. In the remainder of this article, we use the term ‘inoculated’ rather than vaccinated, because the injected material in the present COVID-19 inoculations prevents neither viral infection nor transmission. Since its main function in practice appears to be symptom suppression, it is operationally a “treatment”.
Why are we vaccinating children against COVID-19?
 

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Not exactly hard to catch them out. The HSE: The day that the first dose of vaccine is given is day 0. Add two weeks after the second shot.

Comirnaty® (Pfizer BioNTech)

  • If the second dose is given at an interval of less than 17 days, this this is not considered a valid dose. A third dose should be given 28 days after the second (invalid) vaccine.
  • If a dose is given between 17 and 27 days, this is considered a valid dose.
SpikeVax® (COVID‐19 Vaccine Moderna)

  • If a dose is given at an interval of less than 24 days, it is not considered a valid dose. A third dose should be given 28 days after the second (invalid) vaccine.
  • If a dose is given between 24 and 27 days, this is considered a valid dose.
Vaxzevria® (COVID‐19 Vaccine AstraZeneca)

  • If a dose is given at an interval of less than 24 days, it is not considered a valid dose. A third dose should be given 28 days after the second (invalid) vaccine.
  • If a dose is given between 24 and 27 days, this is considered a valid dose.


BioNTech-Pfizer: How many will Ireland get? 546,000 in April, 738,000 in May and 844,000 doses in June, with 5.4 million doses in total expected by the end of 2021.

Moderna: How many will Ireland get? 383,000 by June and 870,000 doses by the end of 2021.

AstraZeneca: How many will Ireland get? Latest projections are 224,000 in April, 262,000 in May and 327,000 in June
 

ILLUSTRO

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Bridgerton stylist, 53, WAS double-jabbed with no underlying conditions, confirm family in tribute to 'glamorous and extravagant' Emmy-winning hair and makeup artist killed by Covid​

  • Bridgerton stylist, 53, who died with Covid was double-jabbed, family said
  • Marc Pilcher won an Emmy award for his work on Netflix's blockbuster series
  • He died on Sunday just weeks after travelling to the US for the ceremony
  • Stars have paid tribute to Pilcher, from Chatham, Kent, following the news

Bridgerton stylist WAS double-jabbed with no underlying conditions
 

PlunkettsGhost

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Bridgerton stylist, 53, WAS double-jabbed with no underlying conditions, confirm family in tribute to 'glamorous and extravagant' Emmy-winning hair and makeup artist killed by Covid​

  • Bridgerton stylist, 53, who died with Covid was double-jabbed, family said
  • Marc Pilcher won an Emmy award for his work on Netflix's blockbuster series
  • He died on Sunday just weeks after travelling to the US for the ceremony
  • Stars have paid tribute to Pilcher, from Chatham, Kent, following the news

Bridgerton stylist WAS double-jabbed with no underlying conditions
A glamourous statistic now
 

clarke-connolly

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She's the yoke that said Santa had undergone a serious risk assessment due to the Covid-19 pandemic, was ”not exactly thin”, would be in a risk category of being admitted to intensive care if he caught the virus but was going so fast he was unlikely to transmit it. Now she sees no problem giving the clotshot to children.

'Professor Emer Shelley, from the Royal College of Physicians, said the reasons for Ireland's high rate include the level of education among the people and the clear communication on the importance and safety of vaccination'

'Of 18 to 29-year-olds, 85% have had at least one jab - with 82% fully protected'

'A decision will be made in October or November on whether vaccines can be used on 5 to 11-year-olds.'


"My personal opinion is that as long as it is licensed and safety assured by the relevant authorities then yes, it would be a good idea to administer the vaccine to those children"

Good to see ITV Tackling Real Issues for a Change.
 

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