Covid news – 7 March, 2021
“If Covid-19 has been a boon for anyone, that would be Big Business and Big Tech – overblowing fears, widening the wealth gap and facilitating global control through all-powerful technology the world now depends on.
“What happens when systems cross the threshold of peak complexity and can no longer be improved in their current forms? Decision-makers can commission competing models in order to pick a winner.
“This however calls for patience, prudence and sound oversight.
Alternately, they can pounce on a fantastical blueprint that will supposedly gel via Artificial Intelligence and get to play monopoly at the same time. An all-in-one solution!
Such thinking was precisely what beleaguered the F-35 combat aircraft program with its estimated $1.7 trillion in lifetime costs. After 20 years of troubled development, the stealth fighter’s problems have become so insurmountable that there is talk in the US Air Force of considering a clean slate fighter jet program to replace its ageing F-16s.”
Dr. Witold Rogiewicz passed away just days after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Here is what he said while recording himself getting jabbed.
“Vaccinate yourself to protect yourself, your loved ones, friends and also patients. And to mention quickly I have info for anti-vaxxers and anti-coviders if you want to contact Bill Gates you can do this through me. I can also provide for you from my organism the 5G network. I am sorry I hadn’t spoke for a bit but I was just getting autism.”
Dr. Rogiewicz’s death certificate says he died of heart attack.
After his death, the doctor’s friends and colleagues wrote at VIP-Clinic:
Erny Kusuma Sukma Dewi, RIP ❤️ 33 years old died February 14, 2021, 8 days after receiving the Chinese covid vaccine CoronaVac in East Java.
Indonesian Nurse dies after receiving Chinese-made Covid-19 vaccine
The number who died after the jab rose by four in the past two days, according to a report on Saturday by South Korea’s Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA), which is investigating the incidents. Vaccines were administered to more than 296,000 people, or about 0.6 percent of the country’s population, during the first week of the rollout.
South Korea has reported more than 2,800 adverse reactions from Covid-19 vaccines, but only 24 of those cases were deemed severe, including the seven that resulted in death. All 24 severe cases involved people who received the AstraZeneca jab, which was the first vaccine approved for use in South Korea.
The vast majority of the doses that have been administered thus far are the AstraZeneca vaccine. Seoul also has a contract to receive millions of doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, but large-scale shipments aren’t scheduled to begin until next month. About 5,000 Pfizer-BioNTech jabs have been given in South Korea thus far, with none reported to have caused a severe adverse reaction.
Chris Moore, RIP ❤️ 48 dies after receiving the Pfizer covid vaccine. Chris worked at the NHS and he was a father of 4.
The second image is a response to Ryan’s concern/question.
A flight attendant who tested positive for Covid-19 had been vaccinated against the virus days earlier.
Meanwhile, it has emerged officials knew about the case at least seven hours before telling the public.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern revealed on TVNZ’s Breakfast on Monday that the flight attendant had recently received the vaccine – while pointing out it takes around a fortnight for it to work.
“Well this person actually had only just been vaccinated, so they were a priority for this exact reason, the issue being of course the vaccine takes a couple of weeks to work, so at this point it wasn’t quite doing its job, nor would we have expected it to, but it demonstrates that this person was indeed a priority for us.”
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