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390,000 Doses of Pfizer Bivalent Have Arrived to The Philippines Donated from Lithuania Where C-18 Vaccine Uptake is <0.01/100 population and Demand has been Flat Since Early 2022.
Lithuania has donated their unused vaccines to the Philippines, where the variants targeted by the bivalent products no longer circulate. Pinas Lagas: grassroots reporting of vaccine linked deaths.
Lithuania has donated 390,000 doses of Pfizer Bivalent Vaccine to the Philippines. These finally arrived this weekend after many months of delay. Disclosure of expiry dates of these donated products may be relevant!
DOH is excited to have bivalent jabs to protect against original and Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5. I wonder how they will explain the mismatch with the current Philippines variants as reported via Dr. Guido, and the expected beneficial health outcomes from the mismatched jabs.
I was curious as to why Lithuania did not want their precious bivalent doses.
While Covid-19 vaccine uptake in Lithuania, which had 11 brands of vaccines approved, was higher than in the Philippines, demand essentially tanked by 2nd quarter 2022 and never recovered: 71% of Lithuanians took at least one dose, 68.4% completed an initial protocol, and 34.3 booster doses were administered/100 persons.
Readers, please note that the upward jump in Philippines data in mid-March 2023 was an adjustment of data, not doses suddenly delivered; by mid-March 2023 dosing ranged from a few hundred to a few 1000 a day.
OWID shows that Covid-19 vaccine demand in Lithuania is currently at < 0.01/100 persons. Demand essentially tanked in 2nd quarter 2022 and never recovered. I suspect demand in the Philippines would have similarly tanked had vaccination not been aggressively pushed by the Philippines DOH. With higher vaccine uptake, Lithuania also reported far more C-19 deaths than the Philippines.
Lithuania also reported far higher excess all-cause mortality than the Philippines has.
From the ABS-CBN report, this image is shared: the DOH marketing poster PinasLakas, Strong Philippines though vaccine boosters, is prominently displayed.
The article states that these are the first bivalent vaccines to arrive in the Philippines. However, I know of a compound in Pasig that offered bivalent doses to residents and their staff last 9 December 2022!
In the accompanying article, Gorgolon states that the vaccines, which will be provided to healthcare workers and senior citizens, have no unknown side effects!
What ingenious wording! Patently false considering these are EUA products in only very recent short term use. What about the KNOWN side effects? The 112,507 reports of suspected harm including 2,816 deaths made to the Philippines FDA’s underutilized system?
In addition to mass and unexplained excess deaths, the Philippines has soaring poor health and a big change in cause of deaths (COD) since 2019, the last typical year prior to the pandemic. The total 2019 and preliminary 2022 deaths are nearly the same. But the leading COD have changed dramatically! 2023 vital statistics have not yet been released to assess further changes.
The deaths reported following vaccination are not being counted or investigated!
Concerned Citizens in the Philippines have created PinasLagas; a magazine documenting deaths post vaccination collected from local social media. These magazines (56 pages of persons who have died shortly following vaccination) are currently available only in the Philippines.
A donation of PHP80/piece is requested to assist with printing costs. Distribution hubs provided by private citizens, are located in San Juan, Makati, Dasmarinas, Manila, Negros Oriental, Cebu, and Pasig. You may contact the volunteer organizers if you wish to receive copies via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Readers are referred back to the February 2023 paper by Dr. Paul Offit. He concludes that bivalent vaccines offer very little and short-lived protection.
The bivalent vaccines failed to boost immunity.
The bivalent vaccines had very short-lived efficacy AND the strains they were designed for are already extinct.
Will all of this information be provided as part of informed consent? Or will a new round of safe and effective and protect your grandparents be initiated. The initial vaccines didn’t protect the elderly. They died in great excess, far greater excess than could be explained by Covid-19. How could we think that outdated vaccines against long-gone variants will be any different?
May the people ask questions. May the Philippines be blessed by wise leaders!