It won't be long before the double-jabbed are treated like lepers and the unvaccinated.
A third-dose Pfizer shot has been provisionally approved for use as a booster, the Therapeutic Goods Administration has announced.
The booster shot is expected to be delivered to Australians aged over 18 at...
No worries Tex.
It's only contradictory if you look at the vaccine/Ivermectin debate in terms of either/or.
No harm in getting vaccinated to minimise the risks of catching covid and then taking an ivermectin protocol in the early stages after catching the disease.
Jo Nova has a good summary of...
Of course not.
What I have consistently said is that The Age have severely curtailed the space they used to give to Leunig because he was expressing an anti-vaxx sentiment. In my opinion The Age fired Michael Leunig for contradicting the covid narrative proving that freedom of the press also...
No dissent is allowed.
“I have pulled multiple cartoons by Leunig, almost entirely on the grounds that they expressed an anti-vaccination sentiment" says The Age’s editor Gay Alcorn after easing Michael Leunig out of his job last Monday.
This is the most recent cartoon which led to his cancellation:
Personal circumstances - age, weight, health, and after consultation with my GP.
That's what I am agitating for - personal decisions made with all relevant information, not nation-wide quarantining of the healthy and compulsory vaxxes for everybody.
I came across this today.
It estimated the risk of infection is slashed by approximately 67 per cent in people given two doses of Pfizer or AstraZeneca's jabs. (today's Daily Mail Australia).
It was part of an article raising the results of a British research study by the Office for National...
I would argue that the kids' vaxes are the result of long term testing and analysis. Whereas the Covid vax is only provisionally approved and is being mandated despite zero long term analysis.
There are significant differences between the two groups of vaccines.
I recently came across the Oxford University QCovid risk calculator.
Inconceivable that this sort of education hasn't been spread far and wide in Australia to help people make their own decisions about getting vaccinated.
Given that most Covid deaths happen to the elderly, overweight...
"Certain industries" is the top of the slippery slope. Get ready for the bottom to be "all industries".
The ABC is reporting
Mandatory vaccination to be introduced for most WA workers, Mark McGowan says.
Derpus, I was trying to highlight the inconsistency of covid restrictions brought in by governments.
They want to stop unvaccinated people from mixing in society because they might spread the virus. But vaccinated people can also spread the virus. Perhaps to a lesser extent.
So I'd like to see a...
We know that vaccinated people can still catch and transmit Covid 19. So "putting others at risk" is only a matter of degree. Vaccinating people doesn't give full protection to others. Why then allow vaccinated people to spread Covid?
If politicians answered that with "to minimise risk of...