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Australian Health Official Tells Public To 'Get Used To' Taking CV Boosters Indefinitely

Published: September 6, 2021 | Print Friendly and PDF
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The public needs to "get used to" being experimented on indefinitely with covid "booster" shots, so says New South Wales Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant.


"We need to get used to being vaccinated with covid vaccines for the future ... I can't see covid is not going to be with us forever," Chant said during a press conference last week.

"As a public health doctor we always want to have diseases go, to be totally eliminated, but that is not on the horizon in the near future," Chant continued. "Booster doses and repeat doses will be part of it."

"I can assure you that the commonwealth government has purchased large quantities of vaccine into 2022 and this will be a regular cycle of vaccination and revaccination as we learn more about when immunity wanes."

Only some 93 people had died *with* covid (not from) when she made these comments last week.

The way Chant just blurts the agenda out so bluntly is rather refreshing:

 

 

 


Chant in July ordered Australians to stop "being friendly" with their friends and making small talk while out in public to fight covid:


How can anyone hear all this nonsense and respond with anything but roaring laughter?

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