The new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has more than 100 sailors on board with Covid-19 even though all of them have had two jabs. The Royal Navy announced the outbreak during the Carrier Strike Group's maiden voyage in a statement.
Some 100 sailors tested positive for the virus despite being fully vaccinated. “There has been a Coronavirus outbreak in the Carrier Strike Group (CSG) which includes the Royal Navy flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth, it has been confirmed,” according to the London Evening Standard.
“The aircraft carrier is about a quarter of the way through a 28-week deployment leading the CSG, which includes a US destroyer and 10 Marine Corps F35-B fighters, and is currently in the Indo-Pacific.”
The Royal Navy also admitted that their sailors had received both doses of the Covid vaccine. They have now taken “mitigation measures” on board by introducing masks, social distancing and a track and trace system – measures usually reserved for the unvaccinated.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s administration nevertheless wants to introduce mandatory jabs in order to force citizens into accepting a health passport. This would be the only way to participate freely in society — suggesting that the unvaccinated would in future live as second-class subjects.
On Twitter, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention meanwhile continue to claim that vaccines work while recommending masks for the vaccinated. Shredding her trustworthiness, CDC director Michelle Walensky blamed the spread of the virus on the unvaccinated. She also told CNN this week that vaccine passports would be required in the United States soon, following their implementation in Europe.
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