Gibraltar, the most vaccinated region on Earth, cancels Christmas amid COVID19 spike

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In the latest case of “safe and effective”, the most vaccinated region in the world, where virtually the entire population has not only received both of the so-called COVID vaccinations, but the third booster shot as well, Gibraltar has cancelled Christmas.

The government of the essentially 100% vaccinated region (plus 100% booster shots) has called upon the public to “exercise their own judgement”, they have “strongly” advised against any social events for at least the next four weeks, discouraging people from holding private Christmas events.

Gibraltar has a population of 33,691, they have given out 94,019 shots — that means virtually the entire population has now taken 3 COVID vaccination shots!

Time for Booster #379!

Booster Shots Mandated?

The news comes as the mentally unhinged Biden Administration is expected to begin the process of expanding the booster authorization to all adults as early as this week, according to a source familiar with internal planning.

At this point, it seems the only reason people are hanging on to this insanity, is their egos are not allowing them to admit they were scammed into taking a government experiment.

On Friday, the lefts Golden calf Dr. Fauci told The New York Times podcast that the vaccines did not work as advertised and that Americans are in danger due to their waning immunity. As a solution to this problem Dr. Fauci is of course promoting more shots.

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It’s all about money! According to a new report, Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna are making combined profits of $65,000 every minute from their highly successful COVID-19 vaccines. The Alliance estimates that the trio will make pre-tax profits of $34 billion this year between them, which works out to over $1,000 a second, $65,000 a minute or $93.5 million a day.

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