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Pfizer made available at Samut Prakan Lotus, large crowds form at 4 am


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Yesterday, large crowds gathered outside of a Lotus in central Thailand’s Samut Prakan as early as 5 am after the hospital announced it was providing Pfizer vaccines. The Samut Prakan hospital posted on Facebook to say the Pfizer vaccine was available for people in 4 groups: 12 to 18 year olds with 1 of 7 underlying health conditions, people over 60 years old, pregnant women who have been carrying for at least 12 weeks, or men that weigh 100 kilograms and women that weigh 80 kilograms. The eager Samut Prakan residents had been told to show up for a queue […]

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How f***ing stupid can these people get?

Assign people an appointment, tell them they can't be more than 30 minutes early.

Anyone without a confirmed appointment within the next 30 minutes isn't allowed in the premises.

For god's sake, this is nothing more than a super spreader event.

And where the hell is my "over-60 with underlying conditions" Pfizer vaccine?

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Pfizer hasn’t worked in Israel. They are already having booster shots. What Pfizer has managed to do, however, is increase cases and new variants. I predict an upsurge in cases in the next 5 weeks, as has happened in every country in the world so far.

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The Oxford study group for clinical research have released a paper which is on the Lancet which states that two months after having vaccine vaccinated health professionals have 251 times the amount of Covid in the nasal passages as The unvaccinated which is proving a danger to patients who they are infecting. As I’ve mentioned before, the vaccines are what are spreading the Covid cases, and this is proved when you look at the 15 most vaccinated countries and realise that their rise in cases mirrors their rollout of vaccines

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