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Day: December 2, 2022

Focus on China

Focus on China

These are the headlines coming out today from mainstream media. Voice of America. China Further Relaxes COVID Rules After Protests Cities across China further unwound COVID restrictions Friday, loosening testing and quarantine rules in the wake of nationwide protests calling for an end to lockdowns and greater political freedoms. Anger and frustration with China’s hardline pandemic response spilled out onto the streets last weekend in widespread demonstrations not seen in decades. In the wake of the unrest across China, a…

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NZ Blood Service removes document for directed donation from its website

NZ Blood Service removes document for directed donation from its website

This is the link to the NZBlood Service documents re Directed Donation that they’ve recently and conveniently removed from public access on their website!! https://www.nzblood.co.nz/Clinical-information/Transfusion-medicine/Information-for-Health-Professionals/Directed-donation So yes instead of govt(+media) making a big deal out of “bad parents refuse jabbed blood transfusion” ffs, the real headline should’ve been “authorities refuse parents request for directed donation, for which there is an established protocol when blood products are received from a known donor” Great if people can download and save the pdf…

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Is NZ going to vaccinate the 0-5 year-olds

Is NZ going to vaccinate the 0-5 year-olds

We have not been told but this indicates this to be the case. Has the NZ government given authorisation for vaccinating 6 month –¬† 5 year olds? It would appear that the infant Covid 🥕 was formally granted provisional consent yesterday. We presume this is for the 6-month to 4-year-olds given the dose. Interesting that this has not been updated on the Medsafe website, and there have been crickets in the media… https://gazette.govt.nz/notice/id/2022-go5103 Source:¬†https://t.me/hearourvoicesnz/1579

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