In new developments, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has approved the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children and adolescents aged 12 to 15 years in Australia.
This is despite the fact nobody in the approved age group has died of COVID in Australia, with children statistically not at risk from any strains of the virus, both domestically or overseas.
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Australians who have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine can now prove their inoculation status with a digital passport for the first time, it has been announced.
The official certificate – unveiled by the federal government yesterday – has a coat-of-arms hologram and includes the holder’s name, date of birth and a green validity tick.
Eight new cases of blood clotting have been ‘likely’ linked to the vaccine rollout in Australia, bringing the total number of confirmed and ‘probable’ cases to 41.
The TGA has revealed these statistics in their new safety report, which also raises questions surrounding 210 ‘unconfirmed deaths’ following immunisation in aged-care.
Something is ‘buzzing in the air’ across Florida, as a team of scientists announce the release of tens of thousands of genetically-modified mosquitos into the wild.
These laboratory-created insects are reportedly designed for population control, as a means to ‘stop transmissions of dengue, Zika and other infectious illnesses’.