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Is the actual problem the mRNA injection?

 As at 26/11/2021, India has a 30.3% vaccination rate BUT they appear to have recovered. 

They are still recognising cases but there appears to be no runaway of new cases or deaths.
The curve appears to have flattened for them. See

The same appears to apply to Japan, Brazil, and many more countries that, according to the information on the worldometer website, have flattened the curve.

Brazil has a 42.7% vaccination rate but according to statistics they appear to have it under control.

With low vaccination rates, except for Japan which has a high vaccination rate at 70%, these countries appear to be eliminating the virus by treating the cases as they appear, with cheap drugs like ivermectin.

In New Zealand, the MOH recommends that if you suspect you have Covid-19:
  1. Get vaccinated
  2. Isolate at home
  3. No apparent recommendation of drugs is obvious. Perhaps your doctor may prescribe something

There is no particular recommendation other than the above.

The mRNA injection may help those who have comorbidity to survive the virus but it does not stop or alter infection rates.

Hypothesis 2:

Other countries are treating the disease with cheaply available drugs. 
This means that they are hitting the infection immediately so that they minimize the chances of further transmission.

Essentially: If you catch the virus, you are infectious irrespective of your vaccination status.

Our 'vaccination passport' is misleading because it will not in any way protect you from the ongoing process of becoming infected, and infecting anyone else you come into contact with, irrespective of their vaccination status.

The virus will continue to circulate while this approach continues. Our Government's approach appears to be ignoring this modeling. 'The issue is the unvaccinated' is not only incorrect, but it is also creating the belief amongst the vaccinated that they are in a protected and immune position.

This approach will:
  • Enable the spread of the virus
  • Does not protect the vulnerable
  • Will make our cases skyrocket in the coming months


I have contacted the Government Healthline help phone number. 

"Hi, I am creating my workplace safety protocols. Can you please answer the following questions:"

  1. How long does it take for me to know if I have contracted Covid-19?
    Answer: The incubation period is 2-5 days
    Infectious after 24 hours so therefore infectious for @ 4 days without knowing you have Covid-19

  2. Are you infectious during the incubation period?
    Answer: Yes "People are considered likely to be infectious from 48 hours before the onset of symptoms, then for 10 days after the onset of symptoms, and for 72 hours after symptoms have stopped. Some people with severe illness may be infectious for longer. However, some people who have the virus may not have any symptoms (asymptomatic cases) and could still be infectious. Others may test positive for COVID-19 after they have recovered and no longer have symptoms, but they are unlikely to be infectious beyond 72 hours after their symptoms have ended. Once a person is infected with COVID-19, their body will usually produce cells (antibodies) that ‘remember’ the virus. We assume these antibodies give the person immunity from the virus, but it is not currently clear how long immunity lasts. 

  3. If you are vaccinated, are you still infectious?
    Answer: Yes. You are exactly the same as an un-vaccinated person

  4. What drugs do you recommend taking if you get Covid-19

Having asked the questions, I have been directed to this site:
The people I am talking to do not appear to truly understand the issues. Their knowledge is limited.
Vaccination Passports are not going to change a thing and may actually present a false sense of security.

Healthline phone 094149913


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