VAX TO BE PULLED UK? JAN 16 2022
111 Telephone call to an out of hours Dr in Chichester, UK (20 hours ago) - When diagnosing this woman with an adverse reaction over the telephone, The Dr advises against taking any more and explains that she believes they are about to get pulled - due to new data on safety
The number displayed on the cellphone appears to be St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester.
The caller apparently claims to be talking with her Neurologist with regard to whether or not she (the caller) should go for her “Booster” injection.
The conversation progresses thus:
Consultant:… and there wasn’t enough information… and [there’s] a lot more coming out now… especially for [the] young people [such as you] whose immunities [are] intact. Apparently, that [the natural immunity] is enough. OK?
Caller: OK, so… Sorry, just to make sure, you think I shouldn’t have any more “vaccines”, then?
Consultant: If you ask me, this would be my advice. Yes.
Caller: OK. And is that just because you don’t think anyone should have [the] “vaccination” at a young age or is that because you think, medically, I shouldn’t have it – because of my head?
Consultant: Because medically… medically… ohhh… It is very much as I said to you. There is a lot of information coming up now, which was not available earlier and very soon, all of the “vaccinations” will be completely stopped!
Caller. Oh, OK.
Consultant: This is information that [has] just really come up. You won’t hear it on TV for awhile, probably, because… ohhh… It’s a long story, but erm… yeah. So, it’s very soon it will stop. All of these “vaccines”. People don’t know, but… they are not… yeah, so…
Caller: OK. Yeah. So, thank you so much.
Consultant: You’re very welcome.
Caller: And should I be worried about my head, at all? Or just leave it?
Consultant: No, I don’t think so, no. I really don’t think you should be worried about your head, no.
Caller: OK. OK, thank you.
Consultant: Yeah. But any new… Any sweats, fever, pain, lumps that don’t get better.
Consultant: Yeah. Or [indistinct] to come up or pain in the legs or swelling, you know. Probably if you ask your GP, your GP might say “yes, get the “vaccine” because information does come, [but] it’s very difficult when… uhm… you know, err. When it is not available everywhere. Put it this way, OK?
Caller: Sorry, could I ask you? So, my sister [who isn’t under the care of a neurologist] is actually due to go get her “booster” tomorrow. She’s only 22 so should I say to…
Consultant: No. Please no! Absolutely not.
Consultant: She does not need it. Please, no!
Caller. OK. I’ll tell her. Thank you.
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