Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Ireland Is Being Deliberately Targeted - Ireland Will Be the First Country to Receive Operation COVID Vaccine - Strictest Lockdown in Ireland - Irish Are Corporate Vaccine Guinea Pigs - Irish Government Leadership: You Take the Operation COVID Vaccine First Please

Ed.'s note: As we look at various countries concerning lockdowns related to this COVID Operation, Ireland seems to be particularly vicious towards the Irish people. We have not been able to figure out why. Ireland has also been targeted for being one of the first countries to receive this coming global Operation COVID planned pandemic vaccine from the looks of news coming out of Ireland. One of the likely reasons for this is probably related to the pharmaceutical cartel Pfizer having a relationship with the University College Cork (UCC).  Ireland's Tanaiste Leo Varadkar has said he is "optimistic" that Irish people would be one of the first people to receive a coronavirus vaccine. All those biotechnology firms that moved into Ireland all got tax breaks. Now its corporate greed driving the vaccines and the Irish people have been turned into corporate vaccine guinea pigs.

The tyrannical corporate bureaucracy running Ireland working with the Irish media and Pfizer are scaring the sh*t out of the average Irish citizen with this coronavirus planned pandemic to initiate acceptance of Operation COVID vaccines. Operation COVID is a crime against humanity. There are an increasing number of deaths in Ireland and they are not "family problems" or people "disgruntled about relationships." They are killing each other because of the viciousness of the Irish government using lockdowns working with the media and likely pharmaceutical corporations connected to University College Cork (UCC) to roll out their Operation COVID vaccines in Ireland. 

Source:  Galway Daily

First COVID vaccine could be here "within weeks"

By Michael Malone | October 26, 2020
The first coronavirus vaccine could be here 'within weeks' and Ireland could be among the first countries to receive batches. 

Paul Reid, the head of the Irish branch of Pfizer, says that the company could be in a position to issue 100 million doses of the vaccine.

Pfizer is now one of the favourites to win the vaccine race, but it first needs to get the green light from the authorities in the US and then the European Medicines Agency.

The two-dose vaccine, called BNT162b2, has been tested on 35,000 people so far, with almost 40,000 people enrolled in the trials program to date.

Speaking to the Irish Independent, Mr Reid said that they are going to have to demonstrate the quality and consistency of the vaccine.

"We are trying to be as open as possible. We are sharing any conclusive read-out data, whether positive or negative, within a few days after independent scientists see it.

"The positivity around the vaccine is predicated on good science so far."

But should a vaccine become available, many people in Ireland say they will not take it. 19% of those aged between 25 and 34 and 18% of those aged between 18 and 24 said they would not take a Covid-19 vaccine, according to a new poll carried out by Ipsos-MRBI for the IPHA.

Overall, one third of respondents said they were unsure whether they would take it, while 12% said they would not take it.

Please go to Galway Daily to read the entire article.


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