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40 Times More ‘Serious Side Effects’ Than Official Government Records Indicate: Germany

Russian news outlets call out United States pharmaceuticals as Pfizer released massive amounts of data about their vaccine.

No One Can Be Forced to Be Vaccinated, Says India’s Top Court as COVID Cases Surge

A former member of the National Technical Advisory Group of Immunisation, Jacob Puliyel, approached India's supreme court and argued that the ruling by the state's government that a person must be vaccinated to gain access to benefits or services is a violation of human rights and, therefore, unconstitutional.

Iceland Lifts All COVID Restrictions on Friday, Promotes Natural Immunity

"As many people as possible need to be infected with the virus as the vaccines are not enough," said Iceland's Ministry of Health.

Israel, One of Most Vaxxed Countries in the World, Sets New COVID Case Record

The Israeli Ministry of Health announced this week that more than 72,000 people tested positive for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, the largest rise in infections since the start of the pandemic.

Israeli Ex-health Official Suggests Ending Quarantine

Former deputy director of the Health Ministry suggests that it could be to Israelis’ benefit to be infected by the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

Bill Gates, Indian Government Targeted in Lawsuit Alleging AstraZeneca Vaccine Killed 23-Year-Old

A lawsuit against Bill Gates, the Indian government and others, citing extensive case law, is attracting renewed scrutiny of Gates and his long-term, controversial involvement in India’s vaccine program.

COVID Rates Surging in World’s Most Vaxxed Region: South America

Covid-19 vaccine is ineffective to curb infection rates in South America.

Franc Approves Vax Pass

French parliament approves vaccine passport.

Pfizer, J&J Among Pharma Companies Accused of Funding Terrorism in Iraq

A three-judge panel on Jan. 4 revived a lawsuit against five pharma companies accused of helping finance terror attacks against U.S. service members in Iraq during the “War on Terror.”

Only 1.7% of South African Omicron Patients Require Hospitalization

Data from all over the world suggests that this variant is mild and similar to the common cold.

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