HYBRID WARFARE: Days Before Omicron Was Announced S. Africa Halted Pfizer Vaccine Orders Due to Lack of Demand

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  • “…Isn’t it odd that the latest variant was discovered in a country experiencing rampant vaccine hesitancy? And does anyone else find it peculiar that the variant was ‘discovered’ days after said country told the pharmaceutical companies to stop sending COVID-19 jabs?…Due to a majority vaccine-hesitant population, maybe it’s not a surprise this new variant started in South Africa”

South Africa Asked Pfizer And Johnson & Johnson to Stop Delivering COVID-19 Jabs Days Before ‘Discovery’ of Omicron Variant

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The latest ‘scary’ variant in the COVID-19 saga is named omicron.

Mainstream media is going into fearmongering overdrive, and politicians have taken steps to create a self-manufactured crisis.

(Also Read: New COVID Variant Scam Simulated in Israel Weeks before it was “Discovered” @ https://stuartbramhall.wordpress.com/page/2/)

Yet, South Africa hasn’t resorted to panic mode following news of the omicron variant.

Dr. Angelique Coetzee noted unusual but mild symptoms in her patients.

South African residents don’t appear to be afraid of the virus either.

The country has a relatively low COVID-19 inoculation rate and built a stockpile of unused COVID-19 jabs.

South Africa’s COVID-19 inoculation campaign came grinding to a halt, and they asked manufacturers to stop sending them additional doses.

However, something strange happened shortly after this exchange between South Africa and the vaccine manufacturers.

Kim Iversen

@KimIversenShow

Days before Omicron was announced S. Africa halted their vaccine orders from Pfizer due to lack of interest by its citizens. Suddenly there’s a new variant originating from the region and travel is banned. More punishment for “the unvaccinated”?

South Africa asked Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer Inc. to suspend delivery of Covid-19 vaccines as it now has enough stock, an illustration of how plunging demand is undermining the country’s rollout…

bloomberg.com

South Africa has asked Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) and Pfizer (PFE.N) to delay delivery of COVID-19 vaccines because it now has too much stock, health ministry officials said, as vaccine hesitancy slows an inoculation campaign.

Julija

@Julija9j

November 24: SAfrica tells Pfizer they don’t want more shipments of the vaccine. November 26: WHO says that the Omicron variant was discovered in SAfrica on November 24 November 26, onwards: Many countries rush to ban flights and immigration from SAfrica




Eric Nelson

@literaryeric


“I need a third Covid shot to protect me from variants arising in parts of the world without access to a first shot” is now the default liberal American position on Covid and my mind is boggled.

5:34 AM · Nov 28, 2021

Mikhil Martens

@mikhil_martens

Several Days Before Omicron Variant became famous Worldwide, South Africa asked Pfizer (and JnJ) to stop sending Vaccines

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South Africa has asked Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) and Pfizer (PFE.N) to delay delivery of COVID-19 vaccines because it now has too much stock, health ministry officials said, as vaccine hesitancy slows an inoculation campaign

Cecilia Nordenstam

@CeciliaNordens1

South Africa asked them to stop sending vaccines, and the Omicron magically appears. Now, Pfizer promises to deliver a new vaccine “in approximately 100 days”!? This BS has to stop!

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South Africa asked Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer Inc. to suspend delivery of Covid-19 vaccines as it now has enough stock, an illustration of how plunging demand is undermining the country’s rollout ahead of a potential fourth wave of infections.

Africa’s most developed economy has fully protected just 35% of adults, more than six months after doses were first made available to the public. About 120,000 people received shots on Tuesday, less than half the daily peak.

“We have over 16 million doses in-country, or more than 150 days at present consumption,” Nicholas Crisp, deputy director-general of the Department of Health, said by text message Wednesday. “It makes no sense to stockpile and risk expiry when others are desperate for supplies.”

The move contrasts with the country’s position earlier in the year when the government was heavily criticized for being slow to secure vaccines ahead of a devastating mid-year surge. It also comes as most of Africa remains chronically short of doses, partly because richer countries rushed to tie up vast quantities of stock.

Hesitancy Challenge

“It is entirely owing to hesitancy,” Crisp said. “We have plenty vaccine and capacity but hesitancy is a challenge. Unfortunately, it means that many unvaccinated people may have an unhappy festive season and will possibly result in hospitals being congested.”

According to Our World in Data, 23.8% of South Africans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and 28.3% have received at least one dose.

Bloomberg released their article about South Africa requesting a stoppage of COVID-19 jab deliveries on November 24th.

On November 26th, the WHO identified omicron as a “variant of concern.”

As reported by USA Today:

A COVID-19 variant spreading in South Africa was dubbed “omicron” and classified a “variant of concern” by the World Health Organization on Friday, as the U.S. and other nations reacted to the newly discovered variant with travel restrictions.

Experts with the World Health Organization met Friday to assess the variant, which appears to have a high number of mutations in the virus’ spike protein, prompting worries about how easily it will spread. While good data on the risks of omicron is likely weeks away, the organization cited early evidence suggesting an increased risk of reinfection.

The U.S. said it will restrict travel from South Africa, as well as Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi, according to a statement from senior officials from the Biden administration.

Isn’t it odd that the latest variant was discovered in a country experiencing rampant vaccine hesitancy?

And does anyone else find it peculiar that the variant was ‘discovered’ days after said country told the pharmaceutical companies to stop sending COVID-19 jabs?

Due to a majority vaccine-hesitant population, maybe it’s not a surprise this new variant started in South Africa.

Could this be a sort of ‘punishment’ to its population for not rolling up their sleeves at the desired rate?

And let’s not discount the furious drive to administer boosters to western nations….

https://nworeport.me/2021/11/29/south-africa-asked-pfizer-and-johnson-johnson-to-stop-delivering-covid-19-jabs-days-before-discovery-of-omicron-variant/

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