WHAT scares the WO more than COVID-19?
WHAT scares the WO more than COVID-19?

Recently, WHO has once again announced to the world the need to prepare for the second wave of the attack of a new coronavirus infection. A wave that will supposedly be many times more powerful and destructive, "if the virus is not stopped."

But there is something else that scared WHO no less than the second wave of coronavirus. Here is an official, international document dated May 22, entitled "A decision-making mechanism for a mass vaccination campaign in the context of COVID-19."

So, the WHO, which is essentially a nongovernmental organization at the UN, which itself declares that its position cannot be equated with the official scientific consensus, which until recently was fed practically entirely on the allowance of the United States, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Rockefellerr Foundation, finally rolled out a manual for all national health authorities. This manual tells how all states of the planet need to carry out mass vaccination in the context of the coronavirus pandemic declared by WHO. To briefly summarize its main message, the essence is simple - this office of globalists is worried that because of the coronavirus.

“Countries are considering postponing mass vaccination campaigns as well as exploring options for implementing them.”

All this directly concerns our country - in Russia on May 19, the Ministry of Health temporarily stopped routine vaccination of citizens. The decision was made due to the fact that during the coronavirus epidemic there is a great load on the immune system, and vaccinations affect the immune system in a certain way. "They act in a certain way" - this is of course a very tolerant formulation, it would be more honest to say - seriously weaken, expose immunity to attack.

But this is a mess! Moreover, many countries followed the same path during the spread of the coronavirus. The World Health Organization is outraged!

After all, this only fundamentally disrupts global plans to cover all mankind with new vaccines, but also reduces the volume of sales of existing vaccines from pharmaceutical giants. And here are the strategies for mass vaccination in WHO are proposing to implement right now:

“Consider conducting individualized targeted campaigns in high-risk areas and / or high-risk groups.

Consider the possibility of decentralized delivery of vaccinations by mobile teams, or through mobile sites or vacant public or private facilities such as schools and stadiums.

It is allowed to conduct vaccination with a tour of each household.

Apply modified or new surgical procedures for vaccination. For example, the oral cholera vaccine comes in a single-use container and is thermostable. It does not require the participation of specially trained personnel, and it can be administered independently under direct supervision, thus avoiding physical contact between the vaccinator and the patient.

Engaging communities. Engage community leaders and other trusted community members in planning a vaccination campaign, disseminating information (for example, through radio stations or community social media) about COVID-19 prevention, and encouraging people to seek medical attention when they experience symptoms that may indicate COVID-19. Build public confidence in the vaccine campaign, as well as confidence that its organization will not lead to an increase in the spread of COVID-19."

That is, everyone needs to be convinced that mass vaccination campaigns "will not lead to an increase in the spread of coronavirus." Only now, of course, no evidence and research at WHO is given - and too little time has passed for such objective data to appear.

“To date, there are no known medical contraindications for vaccinating people with COVID-19,” the WHO says, thereby clearly indicating to the ministries of health in different countries that they have no reason to suspend planned mass vaccination campaigns. However, this contradicts all the classical rules of immunology. Especially when it comes to facing a new disease, which is still very little known.

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