Earlier this month, New South Wales' Minister of Health, Brad Hazzard, announced at a press conference that 24 000 children would be vaccinated against Corona at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.
Army veteran Alan Hennessy, who served 45 years in the Australian Air Force, said that three children have died after being vaccinated. There are two boys and a girl.
Parents were refused entry to the stadium in Sydney Olympic Park while their children were injected. “I want to reassure mothers and fathers that their children will be well looked after indoors,” said Hazzard. The politician justified this saying there was a possible risk of infection. For this purpose, police officers were deployed for surveillance. Nurses and policemen accompanied each student individually.
Australian politicians referred to the vaccine as a “ticket to freedom”.
Hazzard first urged all twelfth grade students in New South Wales to take advantage of this “golden” opportunity to get the Pfizer jab.
Australia’s curious response to the virus has been witnessed on all levels. To prevent volunteers at an animal shelter from travelling to pick up the animals, ten puppies were among 15 dogs shot dead by a rural NSW council “as part of its response to stop the spread of Covid-19”. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the killings were in line with the council’s interpretation of these restrictions because travelling would be a breach of the statewide lockdown.
Residents in regional New South Wales are currently subject to harsh lockdown measures.
Daniel Andrews, Prime Minister of the Australian state of Victoria, where Melbourne is located, announced at a press conference earlier that it would be illegal to remove a mask to drink alcohol outdoors.
“There will be no removal of masks to swallow alcohol outdoors,” he said. The Prime Minister said he was “angry” that people had gathered “in dozens” on pedestrian streets and sidewalks to have a beer and socialize. The Prime Minister went on to claim that there was a spread of infection among children and that “hotspots” such as playgrounds, basketball courts, skating rinks and outdoor gyms would also be closed down. This was based on official data from Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services claiming that 24 people tested “positive” for the virus, although nobody has died after testing positive.
Earlier, New South Wales Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello developed Bell’s palsy live on television after taking the shot. Dominello’s face became paralyzed, and his one eye started to close, which left viewers wondering why he was “winking at the camera”.
Post-injection, Dominello was unable to feel that side of his face and later confirmed via Instagram that he was officially diagnosed with Bell’s palsy, one of the well-known side effects of the shot.
“At this morning’s press conference – a number of people commented on my droopy eye,” Dominello wrote on his LinkedIn account. “Some people thought – I was winking at the cameraman. Some thought I had a stroke. I have actually been diagnosed with Bell’s palsy.”
Dominello said he began to feel a pain in his skull right behind his ear. He woke up that morning with “pins and needles” on the right side of his tongue.
He ignored the fact that the vaccine may have caused the injury, but one of his followers pointed out: “With all due respect you did take part in an experimental vaccine. Hopefully you have reported your adverse reaction. Our stats are slowly following the UK.”
Meanwhile, Dr Kerry Chant, NSW Health’s Chief Health Officer and Deputy Secretary for Population and Public Health, made a public announcement calling for Australians to not engage in any “human” activity. “Don’t talk to your friends, even when masked,” she proclaimed. “Don’t be friendly. This is not the time.”
A police car has been filmed running over an unmasked man because he had not complied with the mask rule.
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