There are calls for Greg Hunt to release his medical records for examination, after he was hospitalised with cellulitis less than 48 hours after receiving his COVID-19 vaccine.
In the UK, almost 150 people have reported this condition as a reaction to the AstraZeneca shot in two months, while post-vaccination neutropenia links are well-documented.
The current penchant that governments and many citizens have for “Covidocracy” looks like becoming permanent. This is despite the initial promise of the ‘silver bullet vaccine’.
Those who, quite legitimately, question the efficacy of the jab, are prone to be made pariahs. Rather, they should be lauded as the rational ones among us, and thanked for pointing out the massive contradictions of vaccine politics.
New South Wales will lift its 18-year moratorium on genetically modified crops across the region, in a move welcomed by the state’s peak farming body.
The government says the move is expected to deliver a multi-billion-dollar boost to industry and expects the state’s farming sector will embrace GM technologies.
Qantas have announced they will be trialling two digital apps that check passenger vaccine history, as the airline prepares to resume international travel.
Beginning this week, the CommonPass and Travel Pass programs will be in use, starting as an essential requirement for all Australians returning home.
Australians are set to begin receiving the coronavirus vaccine in a week’s time.
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announced today 142,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine had arrived in Australia, with the first 80,000 doses to be rolled out next Monday.