We’ve spent two days scouring the internet looking for Plan B for what happens in the event of complete Covid-19 vaccine failure. So what does happen if the vaccines fail? Here is what we have found so far:
Actually, we found no results. It seems that no one is even asking the question. Perhaps it’s time to start that conversation?
The Swedish Medical Products Agency has received almost six times as many reports of suspected side effects for Astra Zeneca’s vaccine, compared with the other two EU-approved vaccines Pfizer/Biontech and Moderna, in relation to the number of people vaccinated. By the end of March, the authority had received 14,275 reports – by then, 252,000 people in Sweden had received the Swedish-British vaccine. It will be a share of 5.7 percent. The corresponding figure for Pfizer / Biontech is 0.7 and for Moderna 0.9.
The EMA’s response, along with that of the World Health Organisation, is published below:
That champion of freedom now leads a government which can remove liberties at the stroke of a pen, dismiss dissent and scorn scrutiny. While being grilled by MP’s about the government’s coronavirus response, Boris Johnson proclaimed that the UK was a “freedom-loving country”. That patriotic, idealistic view of Britain and Britons is typical of Boris the liberal. The Telegraph:
Boris: Twice weekly tests for ALL
Boris: Compulsory vaccinations
Boris: Vaccine passports
Boris: Demonstrations curtailed
Is this really what the UK has spent the last year fighting for?
Your job, Boris, was to CLOSE THE UK’s BORDERS LAST MARCH. You still haven’t done it.
We sequenced the SARS-CoV-2 genome from 688 positive samples collected from December 28 2020 to March 13 2021 in Arizona, USA. 638 high-quality complete genomes were successfully sequenced that included variants such as B.1.1.7, B.1.427/429 and P.2. We detected 7 genomes associated with a common B.1.243 variant that had acquired an E484K mutation in the spike protein.
The novel variant had 11 lineage-defining mutations including V213G and E484K in the spike gene, a 9-nt deletion in ORF1ab (ΔSGF3675-77), a 3-nt insertion in the non-coding intergenic region upstream of the N gene and other synonymous substitutions (Figure 1A, Supplementary Table 1). These 11 conserved mutations are distinct from the mutations associated with the parental lineage, B.1.243. The parental B.1.243 lineage is a common circulating variant in the US that was first observed at the start of the pandemic as early as March 2020 (Figure 1B, 96.9%). The B.1.243 parent lineage encodes the spike gene D614G substitution, but none of the other concerning mutations (Figure 1A, Supplementary Table 2). Therefore, we designate the new E484K harboring variant the provisional name of B.1.243.1.
Bild.de “Corona came from a laboratory in Wuhan!”
Bild.de “Anger wave against the Hamburg professor”
Read it for yourself! Professor Dr. Roland Wiesendanger paper is HERE
A ten-point plan for children and young people
- Disadvantaged children and young people and their families must be a key priority. They must not become casualties of COVID.
- Free school meals must continue to be provided over the summer holidays so that disadvantaged children do not go hungry. Holiday hunger was real pre COVID – it will be worse this summer.
- Local authorities must be funded to make a summer holiday local offer to children and young people. Local authorities should coordinate the planning of summer holiday clubs, particularly in areas of deprivation, so that children and young people have a safe place to go to and positive activities to engage and interest them, and build their confidence for a successful return to school in September. Places for those on Free School Meals should be fully funded by Government.
- Public buildings, such as libraries and sports halls, civic centres and religious buildings should be used to expand the space available to schools so that social distancing can be achieved, with greater numbers of pupils being educated in non-school settings, if not in schools.
- Qualified teachers who have left the profession should be encouraged to return to teaching. They will be needed as class sizes will be smaller. This will help all children who have gone through a traumatic time during the crisis, and in particular disadvantaged children who will benefit greatly from lower pupil/teacher ratios.
- GCSE and A levels must be changed to provide a fair assessment of young people’s attainment. They cannot be expected to cover all the current syllabus because they have had less teaching time. This could involve a combination of teacher assessment and slimmed down exams, with more choice of questions. Whatever the decisions made, teachers, pupils and their parents need to know that the emergency measures adopted for GCSE and A level exams in 2020 will not be repeated in 2021. Government will need to reassure all those involved that this will be a fair process that will not disadvantage young people and their futures. Primary SATs should not take place because they are mainly a school accountability measure and will not be comparable to previous or subsequent years.
- Plans must be made for blended learning – pupils learning at school and at home – from September and into the next academic year, with all pupils having both face-to-face contact and remote learning when this is safe. These plans will be needed in case of a second spike or a rise in a local R rate. This must be resourced by government and teachers supported to develop blended learning as has happened in Scotland.
- Children and young people living in poverty and low- income homes must be given the resources they need to learn at home, including access to books and creative resources, as well as technology. 700 thousand children live in homes without internet access. This must be provided by government so that these children are able to access on-line learning. Free laptops must be provided for children who do not have them so that they are able to access online learning at home.
- We know childhood poverty and inequality limits life chances and is a significant factor in school achievement. We must not lose a generation because the pandemic makes even more children poor. This requires a ‘can do’ mentality – around unemployment, training and benefits as well as direct support to schools.
- A national plan for children’s wellbeing should be resourced and launched to support children who suffered trauma in the pandemic and students’ well-being must be placed at the centre of how we adapt education to meet the needs of children and young people.
Repost from October 13th 2020
UK Government launches legal action against Greenwich school closures
Education secretary uses emergency Covid legislation for first time over London council’s plans
The long term nature and severity of the disease caused by Sars-cov-2 are now common public knowledge.
Forcing children by law to congregate in areas of such high infection may well constitute a crime against humanity.
Crimes Against Humanity
For the purpose of this Statute, ‘crime against humanity’ means any of the following acts when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack:
Deportation or forcible transfer of population;
Imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law;
Rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy, enforced sterilization, or any other form of sexual violence of comparable gravity;
Persecution against any identifiable group or collectivity on political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender as defined in paragraph 3, or other grounds that are universally recognized as impermissible under international law, in connection with any act referred to in this paragraph or any crime within the jurisdiction of the Court;
Enforced disappearance of persons;
The crime of apartheid;
Other inhumane acts of a similar character intentionally causing great suffering, or serious injury to body or to mental or physical health.
For the purpose of paragraph 1:
‘Attack directed against any civilian population’ means a course of conduct involving the multiple commission of acts referred to in paragraph 1 against any civilian population, pursuant to or in furtherance of a State or organizational policy to commit such attack;
Coronaheadsup opinion of the new UK lockdown:
Boris Johnson has ordered a new FULL lockdown in Britain. It will last for a nearly month from Friday 6th November and pretty much everyone except for key workers will have to stay at home. Everyone except children that is.
The same politicians and scientsts who have blundered from one fiasco to the next in this crisis have decided to keep UK schools open and let children bear the brunt of the next COVID wave.
Boris STILL thinks that children are somehow immune to the virus and the devastaing effects it has on the human body!
Boris has decided to use our children and university students as shock troops in this war to prove that humanity still has a slither of control over the virus.
Whilst Boris is cowering behind his sofa at Chequers, British children will be sent to the front lines and made to bear the brunt of the virus in its most aggressive winter mode at schools, colleges and universities.
Aberfan multiplied by a thousand
Long COVID rife in children of three and upwards.
A generation destroyed.
Our Opinion: A coronavirus vaccine is a complete myth.
Diseases that humans HAVE eradicated by vaccine: Smallpox
Diseases that humans have NOT eradicated by vaccine: Anthrax, Bubonic Plague, Chagas, Chikungunya, Cholera, Common Cold, Cytomegalovirus, Dengue, Diptheria, Ebola, Gonorrhea, Hantavirus, HIV/AIDS, Hookworm, Influenza, Leishmaniasis, Leprosy, Lyme Disease, Marburg, Meningitis, MERS, Malaria, MRSA, Norovirus, Pertussis, Pneumonia, Rabies, Respiratory Syncytial Virus, Rotavirus, Salmonella, SARS, Schistosomiasis, Syphilis, Tetanus, Tuberculosis, Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Yellow Fever, Zika
The reopening of schools and universities across the globe these past few months has been humanity’s largest ever gamble.
It was a gamble on our future, on our very existence as a species. And it’s a gamble we are about to lose.
Millions of children have now been knowingly exposed to this highly toxic bioweapon. In effect, we sent our children to the front line to fight a biological war on our behalf with nothing more than hope to protect them.
The effects of the exposure on our children will shortly become apparent. The results will be truly CATASTROPHIC.
Many children will die. Many children will endure a lifetime of ill-health and disability as a result of their exposure.
If we are so willingly prepared to sacrifice our children as shock troops in a first wave of a biological war, perhaps, as a species, we don’t deserve to survive?