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37 minutes ago, Freaky Dragonfly said:

This is what happens when one hangs around vampires. 

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Probably the one good thing "social media" is good for - logging all the pro-jab posts by those who then died suddenly or within a short period of time.

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1 hour ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

So they can now clone us or tailor a personal bio weapon to use against us.

Another nail in the coffin of the west.

 

'No' to clone but they can pin-point target with gene specific weapon, area by area. Coming near you soon....

 

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Covid Vaccine to be Sold on High Street for First Time to Anyone Over 12 Years Old

2024-03-26-17_06_17-_methode_times_prod_
COVID-19 jabs will be sold on the high street for £99 from next week, as Boots becomes the first major pharmacy to launch a private vaccination service. The Times has more.

The single-dose Pfizer vaccine will be offered at 50 stores from April 1st to anyone aged 12 or over, at a cost of £98.95.

It is the first time a COVID-19 vaccine has been available outside the NHS since the mass vaccination programme was launched in December 2020 at the height of the pandemic.

Since then, eligibility has been strictly determined by scientific advisers — with NHS booster vaccines restricted to those at high risk, including over-65s or patients with weakened immune systems due to conditions such as cancer.

Boots will offer the private vaccine to those aged 12 and over who do not meet the NHS criteria for a free booster. This means healthy adults will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine for the first time since the official NHS programme ended in 2021. Although healthier young adults are extremely unlikely to develop severe COVID-19, the vaccine can protect them from uncomfortable symptoms such as coughs and a sore throat.

A Boots spokesman told the Times: “We are launching a private COVID-19 vaccination service for people who are not eligible for an NHS vaccination but still want the option to protect themselves from the virus. Our private service builds on our existing delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the NHS and we are pleased we can now offer COVID-19 vaccinations both on behalf of the NHS and privately, as we have done with flu vaccinations for many years.”

Worth reading in full.

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1 hour ago, Freaky Dragonfly said:

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i.e. All the researchers, scientists, doctors and experts are totally baffled !

 

Yeah right. Sure !

 

Since we 'peasants' on this forum understand why, I find that itself .... perplexing

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6 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

Covid Vaccine to be Sold on High Street for First Time to Anyone Over 12 Years Old

2024-03-26-17_06_17-_methode_times_prod_
COVID-19 jabs will be sold on the high street for £99 from next week, as Boots becomes the first major pharmacy to launch a private vaccination service. The Times has more.

The single-dose Pfizer vaccine will be offered at 50 stores from April 1st to anyone aged 12 or over, at a cost of £98.95.

It is the first time a COVID-19 vaccine has been available outside the NHS since the mass vaccination programme was launched in December 2020 at the height of the pandemic.

Since then, eligibility has been strictly determined by scientific advisers — with NHS booster vaccines restricted to those at high risk, including over-65s or patients with weakened immune systems due to conditions such as cancer.

Boots will offer the private vaccine to those aged 12 and over who do not meet the NHS criteria for a free booster. This means healthy adults will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine for the first time since the official NHS programme ended in 2021. Although healthier young adults are extremely unlikely to develop severe COVID-19, the vaccine can protect them from uncomfortable symptoms such as coughs and a sore throat.

A Boots spokesman told the Times: “We are launching a private COVID-19 vaccination service for people who are not eligible for an NHS vaccination but still want the option to protect themselves from the virus. Our private service builds on our existing delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the NHS and we are pleased we can now offer COVID-19 vaccinations both on behalf of the NHS and privately, as we have done with flu vaccinations for many years.”

Worth reading in full.

 

Nearly 100 quid to protect yourself against the common cold ?? I'm game !

 

FFS ! A whole lot load of more piss being taken !

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18 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

Covid Vaccine to be Sold on High Street for First Time to Anyone Over 12 Years Old

2024-03-26-17_06_17-_methode_times_prod_
COVID-19 jabs will be sold on the high street for £99 from next week, as Boots becomes the first major pharmacy to launch a private vaccination service. The Times has more.

The single-dose Pfizer vaccine will be offered at 50 stores from April 1st to anyone aged 12 or over, at a cost of £98.95.

It is the first time a COVID-19 vaccine has been available outside the NHS since the mass vaccination programme was launched in December 2020 at the height of the pandemic.

Since then, eligibility has been strictly determined by scientific advisers — with NHS booster vaccines restricted to those at high risk, including over-65s or patients with weakened immune systems due to conditions such as cancer.

Boots will offer the private vaccine to those aged 12 and over who do not meet the NHS criteria for a free booster. This means healthy adults will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine for the first time since the official NHS programme ended in 2021. Although healthier young adults are extremely unlikely to develop severe COVID-19, the vaccine can protect them from uncomfortable symptoms such as coughs and a sore throat.

A Boots spokesman told the Times: “We are launching a private COVID-19 vaccination service for people who are not eligible for an NHS vaccination but still want the option to protect themselves from the virus. Our private service builds on our existing delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the NHS and we are pleased we can now offer COVID-19 vaccinations both on behalf of the NHS and privately, as we have done with flu vaccinations for many years.”

Worth reading in full.

 

dont the pfizer clot shot need to be stored at -80 deg any more?

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2 hours ago, webtrekker said:

Covid Vaccine to be Sold on High Street for First Time to Anyone Over 12 Years Old

2024-03-26-17_06_17-_methode_times_prod_
COVID-19 jabs will be sold on the high street for £99 from next week, as Boots becomes the first major pharmacy to launch a private vaccination service. The Times has more.

The single-dose Pfizer vaccine will be offered at 50 stores from April 1st to anyone aged 12 or over, at a cost of £98.95.

It is the first time a COVID-19 vaccine has been available outside the NHS since the mass vaccination programme was launched in December 2020 at the height of the pandemic.

Since then, eligibility has been strictly determined by scientific advisers — with NHS booster vaccines restricted to those at high risk, including over-65s or patients with weakened immune systems due to conditions such as cancer.

Boots will offer the private vaccine to those aged 12 and over who do not meet the NHS criteria for a free booster. This means healthy adults will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine for the first time since the official NHS programme ended in 2021. Although healthier young adults are extremely unlikely to develop severe COVID-19, the vaccine can protect them from uncomfortable symptoms such as coughs and a sore throat.

A Boots spokesman told the Times: “We are launching a private COVID-19 vaccination service for people who are not eligible for an NHS vaccination but still want the option to protect themselves from the virus. Our private service builds on our existing delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the NHS and we are pleased we can now offer COVID-19 vaccinations both on behalf of the NHS and privately, as we have done with flu vaccinations for many years.”

Worth reading in full.

 

Starts on April fools day.. Are you sure 

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13 minutes ago, Tommydickfingers said:

 

Starts on April fools day.. Are you sure 

 

Well spotted ! Having said that, I wouldn't discount anything in clown world

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2 hours ago, webtrekker said:

Covid Vaccine to be Sold on High Street for First Time to Anyone Over 12 Years Old

2024-03-26-17_06_17-_methode_times_prod_
COVID-19 jabs will be sold on the high street for £99 from next week, as Boots becomes the first major pharmacy to launch a private vaccination service. The Times has more.

The single-dose Pfizer vaccine will be offered at 50 stores from April 1st to anyone aged 12 or over, at a cost of £98.95.

It is the first time a COVID-19 vaccine has been available outside the NHS since the mass vaccination programme was launched in December 2020 at the height of the pandemic.

Since then, eligibility has been strictly determined by scientific advisers — with NHS booster vaccines restricted to those at high risk, including over-65s or patients with weakened immune systems due to conditions such as cancer.

Boots will offer the private vaccine to those aged 12 and over who do not meet the NHS criteria for a free booster. This means healthy adults will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine for the first time since the official NHS programme ended in 2021. Although healthier young adults are extremely unlikely to develop severe COVID-19, the vaccine can protect them from uncomfortable symptoms such as coughs and a sore throat.

A Boots spokesman told the Times: “We are launching a private COVID-19 vaccination service for people who are not eligible for an NHS vaccination but still want the option to protect themselves from the virus. Our private service builds on our existing delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the NHS and we are pleased we can now offer COVID-19 vaccinations both on behalf of the NHS and privately, as we have done with flu vaccinations for many years.”

Worth reading in full.

 

I don't know how Boots is able to administer a drug/fake vaxx which hasn't gone through a rigorous, years of testing and more to the point the ingredients we don't know. I guess people will be able to sue Boots for negligence since this is now commercial....right?

 

 

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5 hours ago, webtrekker said:

Covid Vaccine to be Sold on High Street for First Time to Anyone Over 12 Years Old

2024-03-26-17_06_17-_methode_times_prod_
COVID-19 jabs will be sold on the high street for £99 from next week, as Boots becomes the first major pharmacy to launch a private vaccination service. The Times has more.

The single-dose Pfizer vaccine will be offered at 50 stores from April 1st to anyone aged 12 or over, at a cost of £98.95.

It is the first time a COVID-19 vaccine has been available outside the NHS since the mass vaccination programme was launched in December 2020 at the height of the pandemic.

Since then, eligibility has been strictly determined by scientific advisers — with NHS booster vaccines restricted to those at high risk, including over-65s or patients with weakened immune systems due to conditions such as cancer.

Boots will offer the private vaccine to those aged 12 and over who do not meet the NHS criteria for a free booster. This means healthy adults will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine for the first time since the official NHS programme ended in 2021. Although healthier young adults are extremely unlikely to develop severe COVID-19, the vaccine can protect them from uncomfortable symptoms such as coughs and a sore throat.

A Boots spokesman told the Times: “We are launching a private COVID-19 vaccination service for people who are not eligible for an NHS vaccination but still want the option to protect themselves from the virus. Our private service builds on our existing delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the NHS and we are pleased we can now offer COVID-19 vaccinations both on behalf of the NHS and privately, as we have done with flu vaccinations for many years.”

Worth reading in full.

In the words of First Lady and (allegedly) expert fellatrix Nancy Reagan: 'Just Say No!

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I do hope when people start queuing up on April 1st that the Boots staff member offering the vaccine informs the customer that the vaccine doesn’t stop you from catching it or spreading it and it also gives you nasty side effects. And then reminds them of the price, £99.

And then just slaps them around the face and shouts “April Fools you sucker!”

 

 

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6 hours ago, webtrekker said:

Covid Vaccine to be Sold on High Street for First Time to Anyone Over 12 Years Old

2024-03-26-17_06_17-_methode_times_prod_
COVID-19 jabs will be sold on the high street for £99 from next week, as Boots becomes the first major pharmacy to launch a private vaccination service. The Times has more.

The single-dose Pfizer vaccine will be offered at 50 stores from April 1st to anyone aged 12 or over, at a cost of £98.95.

It is the first time a COVID-19 vaccine has been available outside the NHS since the mass vaccination programme was launched in December 2020 at the height of the pandemic.

Since then, eligibility has been strictly determined by scientific advisers — with NHS booster vaccines restricted to those at high risk, including over-65s or patients with weakened immune systems due to conditions such as cancer.

Boots will offer the private vaccine to those aged 12 and over who do not meet the NHS criteria for a free booster. This means healthy adults will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine for the first time since the official NHS programme ended in 2021. Although healthier young adults are extremely unlikely to develop severe COVID-19, the vaccine can protect them from uncomfortable symptoms such as coughs and a sore throat.

A Boots spokesman told the Times: “We are launching a private COVID-19 vaccination service for people who are not eligible for an NHS vaccination but still want the option to protect themselves from the virus. Our private service builds on our existing delivery of COVID-19 vaccinations for the NHS and we are pleased we can now offer COVID-19 vaccinations both on behalf of the NHS and privately, as we have done with flu vaccinations for many years.”

Worth reading in full.

 

 

 

From behind The Times paywall, the rest of this article reads ...

 

Individual Boots stores will release appointment slots this week to start from the beginning of April. The cost of the vaccine is likely to put some patients off. People will have to weigh up whether the money is worth it to avoid getting a virus that is now effectively a mild cold for most people. Boots is using the Pfizer single-dose vaccine, which means patients do not need to return for a second visit.

 

The Covid-19 jab is much more expensive than the flu jab, usually sold for between £15 and £20 at high street pharmacies, which reflects the higher cost set by vaccine manufacturers. Boots said it was working hard to make it as affordable as possible.
The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine uses mRNA technology, which is relatively new, meaning the jabs are more expensive to produce than others — including flu jabs which use older technologies and are mass-produced by several different manufacturers.
The UK Health Security Agency said last year that it was happy to see Covid jabs for sale privately. It said: “We have spoken to manufacturers we’re in contract with and made it clear we won’t prevent them initiating a private market for Covid-19 vaccines, rather we’d welcome such an innovation in the UK.”
The UK’s two key suppliers — Pfizer and Moderna — announced last month that they planned to sell the jabs privately this year at pharmacies and private clinics. Prices will be set by individual pharmacies.
Dr Gillian Ellsbury, primary care medical director at Pfizer UK, said: “Covid-19 has not gone away and continues to be a threat. As we move from a pandemic to an endemic state, we need to ensure we remain ready to respond to this constantly evolving and unpredictable virus.
“Vaccines remain an important pillar in helping to prevent serious illness or hospitalisation as a result of Covid-19. By enabling the wider availability of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine we are facilitating choice and access for those that are not eligible to receive it through the NHS programme, but want the option of a Covid-19 vaccine.”
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12 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

'No' to clone but they can pin-point target with gene specific weapon, area by area. Coming near you soon....

 

I’d say ‘yes’ to clone.

According to reports all they need now is your saliva to create a full blown clone of you, because every cell in your body including mucus and fluids contains your genetic information and is capable of growing into a whole new copy of….you

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5 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:

I do hope when people start queuing up on April 1st that the Boots staff member offering the vaccine informs the customer that the vaccine doesn’t stop you from catching it or spreading it and it also gives you nasty side effects. And then reminds them of the price, £99.

And then just slaps them around the face and shouts “April Fools you sucker!”

 

 

£99 to have you kids lives destroyed, these fuckers will be queuing up to neuter their offspring now they have anti human neo socialist woke AI tech running through their veins 

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