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‘Unequivocally don’t do it’ – expert says don’t take the bivalent booster

Bivalent boosters news

April Fool’s Day sees the release of the bivalent booster.

The bivalent ‘vaccine’ replaced the Pfizer BA.4/5 ‘vaccine’ on 1 March. From tomorrow bivalent boosters are available to the public.

The booster is available to:

  • anyone aged 30 and over who has completed their primary course (2 doses) as long as it has been at least 6 months since their last COVID-19 booster or positive COVID-19 test.
  • anyone at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 who has completed their primary course (2 doses), as long as it’s been at least 6 months since their last COVID-19 booster or positive COVID-19 test.

The ‘Unite Against COVID-19‘ website says, ‘Bivalent vaccines work by combining 2 strains of a virus, which prompts the body to create antibodies against both strains, providing a greater level of protection.’

However, UK expert cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra says don’t take it. Speaking recently to Paul Brennan of Reality Check Radio, Malhotra said ‘Just say no. This is my message, British cardiologist from the UK, unequivocally don’t do it, just say no.’

Malhotra was recently in South Africa to provide expert assistance to court proceedings filed against the government seeking removal of the Pfizer jab from public use.

Listen below for the full 55 minute interview.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. A toast, to Hipkins and his cohorts who had the vaccine today, may you become part of the excess deaths data.
    Don’t believe he had anything other than saline but we can all dream.

  2. You’d have to be the type of person who trusts Nigerian prince emails to still listen to these people.

  3. I love these stories I see on social media that go like this:

    “I got COVID, but I was vaccinated, and 5 times boosted so it could have been a lot worse!”

    What’s next? I went sky diving, and my parachute did not open so I broke all the bones in my body. But without the parachute it would have been a lot worse.

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