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it is interesting how USA and EU are not touching the Oxford vaccines which are tenth of the price and developed using a more traditional methodology but are speeding up push of Moderna Pfizer vaccine

please have a look at this comparative chart which shows the methods used by communists to control the people and how our governments are doing things in the name of covid 19 https://www.facebook

Didn't the pfizer vaccine cause some deaths?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56203768

The Queen has urged people to get a Covid vaccine when they are offered one, saying hers "didn't hurt at all".

The monarch, 94, and the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, received their first doses of the vaccine in January.

In a video call with health leaders delivering the Covid vaccine across the UK, the Queen was asked about her experience of having the jab.

She smiled as she replied: "Well, as far as I can make out it was quite harmless.

"It was very quick, and I've had lots of letters from people who've been very surprised by how easy it was to get the vaccine."

"It didn't hurt at all," the Queen said, adding that she has since felt "protected".

The monarch said she understood getting a jab could be a "difficult" experience for some people but urged everyone to "think about other people rather than themselves".

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1 hour ago, Premi5 said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56203768

The Queen has urged people to get a Covid vaccine when they are offered one, saying hers "didn't hurt at all".

The monarch, 94, and the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, received their first doses of the vaccine in January.

In a video call with health leaders delivering the Covid vaccine across the UK, the Queen was asked about her experience of having the jab.

She smiled as she replied: "Well, as far as I can make out it was quite harmless.

"It was very quick, and I've had lots of letters from people who've been very surprised by how easy it was to get the vaccine."

"It didn't hurt at all," the Queen said, adding that she has since felt "protected".

The monarch said she understood getting a jab could be a "difficult" experience for some people but urged everyone to "think about other people rather than themselves".

I'm not sure if it's the source is about as credible as the devil...or..

If it's the fact that it's anecdotal and unverifiable...

Or if it's the fact that's what is said is spurious and not based in science...

But ... I'm just not buying it..

Maybe the queen should stick to raising a family of pedos and living off other people's money...

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13 hours ago, Kaurr said:

If she says you should take it, then you shouldn't.

Who knows with these pedos. 

given the number of countries suddenly turning up their noses at a vaccine developed using old tech as opposed to the two mRNA ones , PCR test confirmed throughout all stages , developed in a non-Gates controlled outlet and source  being suddenly rejected after orders placed makes me more confident of the Oxford -Astrazenca vaccine , I have decided to take this vaccine before allowing anyone in my home or circle , I do get occasional joint pain , this flared up to the max in the first 24 hours after the first dose  including backpain and headache  so my educated guess is people with inflammatory diseases will suffer more effects from the jab , my personal recommendation is daily mega dosing with vitamin D , K2 and b12 daily prior to the jab , high hydration after, vitamin c rich foods , no sugar  after .

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18 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

given the number of countries suddenly turning up their noses at a vaccine developed using old tech as opposed to the two mRNA ones , PCR test confirmed throughout all stages , developed in a non-Gates controlled outlet and source  being suddenly rejected after orders placed makes me more confident of the Oxford -Astrazenca vaccine , I have decided to take this vaccine before allowing anyone in my home or circle , I do get occasional joint pain , this flared up to the max in the first 24 hours after the first dose  including backpain and headache  so my educated guess is people with inflammatory diseases will suffer more effects from the jab , my personal recommendation is daily mega dosing with vitamin D , K2 and b12 daily prior to the jab , high hydration after, vitamin c rich foods , no sugar  after .

Why did you decide to take it at all?

 

What do you think of the news of this new Johnson & Johnson vacc ?

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4 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

I am taking it because my sister has a thyroid condition on top of diabetes which puts her in high risk of hospitalisation if she gets covid , similarly my mother is a severely suffering rheumtoid arthritis person who has type 2 diabetes , I also have clients who are worried about it . So in the tradition of old masters of homeopathy I decided to take the plunge myself before telling anyone to take something i went with OAZ one as it is the one being more commonly offered to our peeps and is the one I think gives clear feedback whether your body is reacting and learning from . I would not trust a johnson and johnson product because they had no conscience about selling carcinogenic talc products for decades knowing they would be used by children and women ;such people do not need encouragement.

So what I learned in the experience gave me insight for how best to support people who do want to take it  or have to take it (to see elders, for jobs , to travel etc). It was scary to take it especially since I heard that someone my friend was treating had severe inflammtion reaction then heart attack  but given I've been staying on top of the scientific analysis of the mechanisms of the covid infection it became clear vitamin D and zinc were just as important in the vaccine takers as the infection sufferers .

 

It's a fine balance putting the safety and wellbeing of others even if your own beliefs mean that your going ahead with something that your not entirely sure of, much respect for that.

I'm interested in what you said about joint pain and it being affected after the vaccine, all the older generation in my family have had it and apart from a headache have had no real side effects apart from my mum, she's had back pain on and off the last few years and she and a rough couple of days after having the jab then it subsided, we're due to get the vaccine next month i think (over 40), my wife get pretty bad back pain sometimes (she fell down the stair's years ago and has had physio and desi treatment but the pain still comes and goes), I'm wondering if it'll affect here in a similar way due to having muscle inflammation.

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On 2/28/2021 at 11:46 AM, jkvlondon said:

I am taking it because my sister has a thyroid condition on top of diabetes which puts her in high risk of hospitalisation if she gets covid , similarly my mother is a severely suffering rheumtoid arthritis person who has type 2 diabetes , I also have clients who are worried about it . So in the tradition of old masters of homeopathy I decided to take the plunge myself before telling anyone to take something i went with OAZ one as it is the one being more commonly offered to our peeps and is the one I think gives clear feedback whether your body is reacting and learning from . I would not trust a johnson and johnson product because they had no conscience about selling carcinogenic talc products for decades knowing they would be used by children and women ;such people do not need encouragement.

So what I learned in the experience gave me insight for how best to support people who do want to take it  or have to take it (to see elders, for jobs , to travel etc). It was scary to take it especially since I heard that someone my friend was treating had severe inflammtion reaction then heart attack  but given I've been staying on top of the scientific analysis of the mechanisms of the covid infection it became clear vitamin D and zinc were just as important in the vaccine takers as the infection sufferers .

 

Oxford vaccine then?

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36 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

Oxford vaccine then?

stick to non gene therapies methinks  ...especially when ish like this is going down

remember that they are charging full whack plus not sharing patent free rights

 

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/06/dalai-lama-urges-people-to-get-covid-vaccine-after-having-first-dose

Dalai Lama urges people to get Covid vaccine after having first dose

The Dalai Lama, the 85-year-old Tibetan spiritual leader, was administered the first shot of the coronavirus vaccine on Saturday at a hospital in the north Indian hill city of Dharamshala.

After receiving the injection, he urged people to be brave and come forward to be vaccinated.

“In order to prevent some serious problems, this injection is very, very helpful,” he said.

Dr GD Gupta, of Zonal hospital, where the shot was administered, told reporters that the Dalai Lama was observed for 30 minutes afterwards. “He offered to come to the hospital like a common man to get himself vaccinated,” he said.

Ten other people who live in the Dalai Lama’s residence were also vaccinated, Gupta said. All 11 received the Covishield vaccine, a version of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, manufactured by India’s Serum Institute.

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On 2/27/2021 at 5:13 PM, jkvlondon said:

given the number of countries suddenly turning up their noses at a vaccine developed using old tech as opposed to the two mRNA ones , PCR test confirmed throughout all stages , developed in a non-Gates controlled outlet and source  being suddenly rejected after orders placed makes me more confident of the Oxford -Astrazenca vaccine , I have decided to take this vaccine before allowing anyone in my home or circle , I do get occasional joint pain , this flared up to the max in the first 24 hours after the first dose  including backpain and headache  so my educated guess is people with inflammatory diseases will suffer more effects from the jab , my personal recommendation is daily mega dosing with vitamin D , K2 and b12 daily prior to the jab , high hydration after, vitamin c rich foods , no sugar  after .

 

https://uk.yahoo.com/style/concerned-oxford-astrazeneca-vaccine-112626865.html

Thailand has said it will delay use of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after several European countries temporarily suspended the jabs following reports of people suffering blood clots.

Here, we take a look at the key questions surrounding the situation.

What has happened?

There have been a small number of reports of people experiencing blood clots in the days and weeks after their vaccination.

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23 hours ago, Premi5 said:

 

https://uk.yahoo.com/style/concerned-oxford-astrazeneca-vaccine-112626865.html

Thailand has said it will delay use of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after several European countries temporarily suspended the jabs following reports of people suffering blood clots.

Here, we take a look at the key questions surrounding the situation.

What has happened?

There have been a small number of reports of people experiencing blood clots in the days and weeks after their vaccination.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-56357760

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/03/12/europe/astrazeneca-vaccine-blood-clot-reports-denmark-reviews-intl/index.html

 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-56379383

A man with severe learning difficulties should have a Covid-19 vaccine, despite his family's objections, a judge ruled.

Specialists said the man, who is in his 30s, was "clinically vulnerable" and in a "priority group" for vaccination.

But the man's parents objected and raised a number of concerns about alleged side-effects.

Judge Jonathan Butler agreed with NHS Tameside & Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group that vaccination was in his best interests.

The judge, who is based in Manchester, considered the case at a hearing in the Court of Protection, where issues relating to people who lack the mental capacity to make decisions are analysed.

He did not name the man in his written ruling, published on Friday.

A number of specialists involved in the man's care all thought he should be vaccinated but his father claimed the vaccine had not been tested sufficiently and did not stop people contracting Covid-19. 

He added the long-term side effects on people with severe health issues were unknown.

The man's mother and brother agreed.

Judge Butler said the man's father had outlined his concerns with "conviction and great clarity".

'No clinical base'

He added: "I have no doubt whatsoever that his objections are founded on a love for (his son) and a wish to ensure that he comes to no harm.

"His objections were not intrinsically illogical. They were certainly not deliberately obstructive.

"They were made upon the basis as to what he regards as being in the best interests of (his son).

"That concern for his son does him credit."

But he said the family's objections had "no clinical evidence base".

He said the man was vulnerable and said there was "overwhelming objective evidence of the magnetic advantage of a vaccination".

The judge said he had ruled that vaccination was in the man's best interests, but had not authorised "physical intervention".

Health authority bosses had said the vaccine would not be administered if any "form of physical intervention" was required

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