clinically significant as interactions with the Pfizer vaccine
As predicted, and sure enough labelled “just another conspiracy theory” at the time, those who came forward to “play their part” and help the country “get back to normal” by “rolling up their sleeves” and getting the Covid-19 injection “when called upon to do so” have now discovered that “normal” is just a carrot that will forever be dangled in front of them just ever so slightly out of reach, and are now beginning their endless cycle of Covid-19 booster shots.
Although the authorities won’t officially admit it, it turns out the Covid-19 injections only work for a couple of months, at which point alleged immunity begins to decline. This is of course evident by the numbers seen in the latest UK Health Security Agency Report which reveal that the Covid-19 injections currently have negative effectiveness as low as minus-eighty-eight-percent in everyone over the age of 30, suggesting they are actually destroying the immune systems of the recipients.
Which is why the elderly, vulnerable, and health and social care staff are currently being offered a “booster” shot of mainly the experimental Pfizer mRNA injection, with everyone over the age of 50 in the queue waiting to be called upon to “do their duty”.
Reports state that as of October 9th 2021, over two million people in England have now had their third Covid-19 vaccine dose out of the 30 million eligible.
But there is another infectious virus which everyone seems to have forgotten ever existed, and judging by the official figures published by the World Health Organisation, had been completely eradicated in 2020.
That infectious virus is Influenza, and its eradication last year of course has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that the Covid-19 PCR test is unable to distinguish between the alleged Covid-19 virus and Influenza virus.
But the rumour is that the Flu is going to return this winter with a vengeance, so the UK Government has extended its offer of a free Flu jab to over 40 million Brits, including all school children up to the age of 16.
So, after spending 2020 being the National Covid-19 Service, and then 10 long months of this year being the National Vaccination Service, the NHS has decided to continue to concentrate on injecting chemicals into the arms of millions, rather than clearing the backlog of at least 5 million patients waiting for urgent treatment for all those other ailments that we seem to have forgotten even existed since March 2020.
But to do this they of course need to save time, so it has been decided that the influenza vaccine and Covid-19 vaccines can be administered in the the same session, with one shot in each arm.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (which was recently overruled by Chris Whitty after they had decided the risks of giving an experimental Covid-19 injection to children did not outweigh the benefits), announced on the 14th September that a Covid-19 booster vaccine campaign should commence imminently to care home residents, all adults over 50, frontline health and social care workers, and those aged 16-49 with underlying health conditions.
They also stated that “where operationally expedient, Covid-19 and Influenza vaccines may be co-administered”.
A recent ITV News article also informed the public that they may be offered a Covid-19 jab in one arm and the flu vaccine in the other on the same day.
As did an article from The Independent which stated that “Yes, you can get the shots in the same visit”, in answer to the question of whether a person can get the flu and Covid-19 vaccines at the same time?
But is there any evidence that this is safe?
As we know there is no long-term safety data on the Covid-19 vaccines, let alone data on whether or not it can be administered alongside the flu jab. Which is why it’s interesting to find a list of contra-indications for the Pfizer mRNA Covid-19 injection shows that 269 drugs are known to interact with the Covid-19 vaccine, 268 of which are “moderately clinically significant”, meaning combinations should usually be avoided except for under “special circumstances.