The UK Government’s reporting system for COVID vaccine adverse reactions from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency released their latest report yesterday, October 28, 2021. The report covers data collected from December 9, 2020, through October 20, 2021, for the three experimental COVID “vaccines” currently in use in the U.K. from Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Moderna. They report a total of 1,738 deaths and 1,243,998 injuries recorded following the experimental COVID injections. The UK Health Security Agency (formerly Public Health England) also reported yesterday that the majority of COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations for the past month have occurred among those fully vaccinated, proving again that either the COVID-19 shots are ineffective, or even worse, contributing to people’s deaths and hospitalizations. While supply chain bottlenecks and shortage of workers worldwide continue to make headlines, nobody seems to want to discuss the obvious: the COVID-19 shots are depleting the world’s human resources. That means as countries continue to inject their populations with never-ending COVID-19 shots, the labor pool is going to keep shrinking. The plan to reduce the world’s population is happening right in front of our eyes, and few seem to even recognize it. Besides those who are dying, many are being crippled, and how many young women are becoming sterile? Here are a few stories of people who took the COVID-19 shot and will never be in the workforce again. They are representative of millions now, and growing.
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