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France stops covid injections for all but the “most vulnerable” in the population

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Last Friday, France’s independent public science authority Haute Autorité de Santé (“HAS”) released its vaccination strategy for the autumn of 2023.  It no longer recommends vaccinations for the entire population, but rather only for groups they have identified as most vulnerable to serious illness.

It also recommends that covid injections be given at the same time as flu injections because both “vaccines” target the same vulnerable and elderly populations.  We assume by linking the idea of covid and flu injections, or even combining them into one injection, they are hoping to dupe populations into having covid injections annually, at least, ad infinitum.  This is the pattern we are seeing in other parts of the world.  In the US, for example, an expert advisory group to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Friday that there is not sufficient evidence to recommend more than one covid booster injection a year for older people and those with weakened immune systems. It is almost as if they are reading from the same script.

Unfortunately, HAS still recommends booster doses for pregnant women:

HAS recommends administration of a booster dose in autumn 2023 for people at risk of serious disease, as well as those around them or in regular contact with them ( including professionals in the health and medico-social sectors ): people with certain comorbidities regardless of their age, people aged 65 and over as well as pregnant women.

Covid-19: HAS publishes its recommendation for a vaccination strategy for 2023, Haute Autorité de Santé, 24 February 2023

HAS also leaves room for the possibility of scaling up the vaccination campaign again “at any time if the epidemiological situation justifies it, in particular for immunocompromised and/or vulnerable people, or even on a larger scale in the general population, given the unpredictable nature of the emergence of variants.”


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The 2023 vaccine strategy is according to recommendations submitted to HAS by the Directorate General for Health (“DGS”) on 26 December 2022.  Interestingly, one of the factors the DGS took into consideration when devising the vaccination strategy for 2023 was the “low vaccination coverage for the booster dose.”

At the end of last year, vulnerable people or those aged 60 and over were eligible for a fourth dose.  However as Connexion France reported, the covid vaccination campaign in France had been stalling, with few eligible people taking up the fourth dose.  Presumably, as an attempt to use up national vaccine stocks, on 13 December the Ministry of Health announced “everyone in France can now receive a new booster dose.” And, “the government is still insisting that those in priority groups should make an even greater effort to get another vaccination as soon as possible.”

France is not the only country where the uptake of boosters was low.  In September 2022 an article published in The Lancet noted:

Covid-19 booster vaccine uptake rates are behind the rate of primary vaccination in many countries. Governments and non-governmental institutions rely on a range of interventions aiming to increase booster uptake.

Despite being recommended in many countries, as of July 11, 2022, only 74% of the fully vaccinated (without booster) have received a booster vaccination in the European Union, and rates are even lower in Australia (64%), South America (64%), North America (58%), Asia (41%) and Africa (11%). While this discrepancy is in part due to insufficient supply of and access to COVID-19 vaccines, some previously vaccinated people are unwilling or hesitant to get the booster vaccination, even in countries with initially high COVID-19 vaccine uptake.

To increase uptake of booster vaccines, most countries inform people about the benefits of boosters, and some countries also employ interventions like sending personal reminders (e.g., Denmark, UK), offering incentives (e.g., Lithuania, many US states), imposing various restrictions on those who have not been boosted (e.g., France, Germany), or even imposing mandates with financial sanctions (e.g., Greece, Malaysia). In addition, non-governmental institutions and companies have adopted similarly heterogenous approaches to increase Covid-19 booster vaccine uptake of their workforce, including financial incentives and mandates.

Crowdsourcing interventions to promote uptake of Covid-19 booster vaccines, The Lancet, 5 September 2022

A year ago, in February 2022, France 24 reported that France ranked among the most vaccine-sceptic nations in the world. So much so that covid injections and covid restrictions featured in the hotly contested presidential elections held in April 2022. Since then, it seems the government’s mass covid injection campaign never recovered.  Our World in Data shows a dramatic decrease in “vaccine” uptake in March 2022 where it has remained to this day.

Our World in Data, Daily Covid-19 vaccine doses administered, France, retrieved 28 February 2023

What will happen to the excess doses ordered?  Last year they were thrown away. 

In October, due to the free-falling uptake in covid injections, France had to consider throwing away 30 million doses of covid injections. To limit waste as much as possible, Express reported, France could deliver these doses to countries with low vaccination coverage. “It could be interesting, as the government has already done on several occasions, for large volumes, to send donations of vaccines to certain countries,” stressed David Lepoittevin, Pfizer France’s Director of Vaccines.

The realisation that France would have to destroy covid injections because nobody wanted them came as Switzerland was also forced to destroy 10.3 million doses of Moderna vaccines, which had reached their expiration date the week before.

Despite having to throw away doses last year, it seems Sweden was destined to make the same mistake again and did not cancel or limit orders to suit “requirements.”  A couple of weeks ago, Sweden discarded covid injections, this time nearly 8.5 million doses valued at US$143 million. The doses, equivalent to about 20 per cent of doses Sweden had purchased, were intended for booster vaccinations. According to Sweden’s former national vaccine coordinator, Richard Bergstrom, most are “doses that people have decided not to take, i.e., the third, fourth or fifth (booster) dose.” 

We weren’t able to find how many doses France currently has in stock, is awaiting delivery or on order, but it is likely they will again follow Sweden’s suit and have to throw away millions of doses because, even when restrictions were being imposed on the French population to do so, nobody wanted them last year and nobody wants them now.

Featured image: Thousands Protest France’s Vaccine Pass for a Third Week, The New York Times, 1 August 2021

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Janice Elbert
Janice Elbert
2 months ago

It’s a Bioweapon, Not a vaccine and it’s Not to be given to Anyone, unless they want You dead. This must be Stopped, End of Story!!

ulrike clarke
ulrike clarke
2 months ago

Don’t even think about getting boostered. Think graphene! Do you want to be a cyborg? No thanks.

KravWarrior
KravWarrior
2 months ago

The terror stops, when you resist !!!

KravWarrior
KravWarrior
Reply to  KravWarrior
2 months ago

Happy to be part of “The (Pure) Bloods” gang 😀

JaneS
JaneS
2 months ago

Great, so they are just euthanizing the most vulnerable. Who comes next? Which group?

eddie
eddie
Reply to  JaneS
2 months ago

Means the elderly,pensioners.

Mark Deacon
Mark Deacon
Reply to  eddie
2 months ago

So they reduce the total cost of socialized pensions but of course never their own.

boris
boris
Reply to  JaneS
2 months ago

100 percent! exactly

Thomas
Thomas
2 months ago

I always cringe when I hear that the mRNA bioweapons should be given to the most vulnerable….. like their final mail in the proverbial coffin. There’s been no comprehensive risk/benefit analysis done to support recommending the injections for ‘the most vulnerable. It’s almost like they’re being considered expendable in a eugenics sort of way.

Mark Deacon
Mark Deacon
2 months ago

I am near 60 … you really think I woud sign up too be culled.

They got too be kidding and I never take the flu shot neither.

My immune system works well, I do not normally get ill.

No they will have too pin me down and force vaxx me that is if I do not stick them with their own stuff first.

Is it supposed to be injected into a muscle or into an artery I cannot remember for the best result?

Dave Owen
Dave Owen
Reply to  Mark Deacon
2 months ago

Hi Mark Deacon,
You are quite right.
A few years ago, I advised three friends of mine not to have the flu injection.
They all told me their Doctor said they were at risk, and should have it.
Three weeks later they were all dead.
I did try, they would not listen.

Dave Owen
Dave Owen
Reply to  Dave Owen
2 months ago

“Vaccine-Induced AIDS” – Military Records 500% Increase in HIV after COVID-19 Vax
Posted By: GeorgeEaton
Date: Wednesday, 1-Mar-2023 14:24:58
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Dave Owen
Dave Owen
Reply to  Dave Owen
2 months ago

The COVID-19 vaccine appears to be forming “electrical circuits” notes Matt Taylor ~ Longer version (under 6 minute video) Important!
Posted By: CrystalRiver
Date: Thursday, 2-Mar-2023 00:36:03
http://www.rumormill.news/218314

Colin Foster
Colin Foster
2 months ago

They said from the start it was a trial until February 2023. This is cover for them to now change all child vaccines to MRNA versions to continue the killing and steralizing. Do not get distracted

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johnny
johnny
2 months ago

I guess it’s quicker to inject the vulnerable with an unproven hazerdous liquid

NR Ministry
NR Ministry
2 months ago

Unfortunately this “gene therapy” is used to euthanise the global population. The “most vulnerable” and the “sick” are a burden to the system and they cost governments money. Add to the fact that Satan runs the world and he’s been trying to destroy mankind for 6,000 years.

THE END OF TIMES
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