MASS VACCINE HUB
NSW will open a mass vaccination hub to help aid the state’s COVID-19 jab rollout. The clinic, to be set up in Homebush, in Sydney’s west, will be able to administer 30,000 vaccines a week.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said in an announcement this afternoon the facility at would be open some time in the next few months, set to help accommodate state targets in 2021.
Under Australia’s current immunisation blueprint, NSW is tasked with administering about 300,000 jabs, with responsibility for vaccinating the rest of citizens resting with the federal government.
The Premier said she hoped NSW Health would be able to deliver 60,000 jabs a week.
The new sites will account for half of the states overall target, in conjunction with those being administered at Sydney Olympic Park, with the other half spread across 100 sites around NSW.
“I also want to make this point, the hub at Homebush will be in addition to the 100 sites we will already have up and running,” NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.
A nice way to downplay the impact of this new facility in the works. The mass hub will be signficantly different in size and capabilities in comparison to existing local sites.
What is the agenda at play here?
While the national vaccination rollout is behind schedule, Ms Berejiklian said the state was on track to reach the halfway point of its 300,000 vaccine target for October by the end of this week.
Is this really the case? Or are we seeing Orwellian tactics at play? It would not surprise me if a pro-choice position was beginning to take hold, so to counter this, fake confidence is now instilled.
‘Make sure you pick up the jab, citizen, everyone is!’
(Don’t listen to any concerns you may have).
NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard said he had been given “no indication at this point” that the federal government won’t be able to provide enough doses to warrant a mass vaccination hub.
“We’re working on the basis that they will have the vaccine available and we have to be ready for that eventuality,” he said.
Hazzard said the lease for the mass hub will be signed in “the very near future”.
Thanks, Mr. New World Order. I feel secure to have such a loving health minister at the realm.
The timing of this announcement is ironic, given recent news making the airwaves in recent weeks.
BLOT CLOTTING SAGA
Doctors are worried confidence in Australia’s vaccine rollout has been shaken, after a Victorian man was admitted to hospital with blood clots after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer says it is “likely” there is a link between the AstraZeneca vaccine, although there still remains ‘no evidence’. More Orwellian behaviour.
This follows news that Australians vaccinated with the AstraZeneca jab have a 50 per cent chance of developing ‘mild side effects’. One in four will need to take time off work, study or their daily responsibilities after getting their first dose.
Sounds fun! Lucky I won’t the boogey-virus!
Australia’s expert advisory group on vaccines has also recommended the COVID-19 vaccine be deferred for people who have a history of rare blood clotting disorders.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) said “for the time being, ATAGI recommends that vaccination with any COVID-19 vaccine should be deferred for people who have a history of … rare conditions.”
CVST is clotting in the veins of the brain that carry blood back to the heart. HIT is related to the use of the commonly used drug heparin, which reduces the risk of clots.
Another pharma-induced condition courtesy of the medial rouges of scientism.
Likely the first of many ‘rare reactions’ to emerge as the rollout continues domestically.
Is it that far fetched to believe the government would open a mass vaccination hub to counter the spread of this information? Even some normies are beginning to doubt this plan.
Either way, they can’t hide it forever, however. As we are able to observe and witness the rest of the world, in greater numbers, at the forefront of this mass experiment on humanity.
WATCHING THE WORLD
The world is already way ahead of us, and we can use this to see where we may head in the future.
Canada has recently suspended the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 55, following concerns it might be linked to rare blood clots.
The pause was recommended by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization for safety reasons. The Canadian provinces, which administer health in the country, announced the suspension.
“There is substantial uncertainty about the benefit of providing AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccines to adults under 55 given the potential risks,” said Dr Shelley Deeks, vice-chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization.
This country has a very similar population to Australia, with only 10 million more people.
German health officials also agreed to restrict the use of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine for people under 60, following many nations in the region.
These recommendations came amid new data from Europe that suggests the risk of blood clots is now potentially as high as one in 100,000, much higher than the one in one million risk believed before.
If they were to continue, the margin would likely continue to shrink. What about Australia?
Again, this is only focusing on the blot clotting.
For the benefit of relevance to Australia at present, it is important to focus on this element.
However, as we know, a large variety of side effects are also being reported across the world.
Let’s keep spreading the word about these irregularities.
We are in a good position to show our society just what happens when you dive head first in.
If the government’s ‘she’ll be right’ attitude in relation to this vaccine rollout continues, we may not be as fortunate as countries like Canada and Germany will find themselves.
We must also pay careful attention to the construction of these ‘mass vaccination hubs’.
As we have learned over the last 12 months, everything can flip in the blink of an eye.
Does anybody remember ‘FEMA camps’?
Something is always lurking beneath the surface of freedom.
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