As Evidence Grows That Vaccines Do Not Protect Against Infection, the Case For Granting Privileges to the Vaccinated Collapses

 

Will Jones, Lockdown Sceptics | 6 July 2021

 

‘Creating a two-tier society where freedoms and opportunities are contingent on whether or not
you have received a novel (and not fully tested or licensed) vaccine, and having to reveal that fact
to strangers, was never a sound approach from a civil liberties point of view. But as the evidence
grows that the vaccines do not prevent infection or transmission, the medical case against this
new medical apartheid falls apart as well…’

 

Evidence Grows That Vaccines Do Not Protect Against Infection
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