For any well informed individual, question period turned out to be real funny as masked up socially distanced fearmongering media couldn’t believe what they were hearing.
Reporter: “I just want to get clarification. If I’m a young, healthy person, should I be getting a 4th vaccine dose right now, when Omricron is spreading so quickly?”
Dr. Moore: “If you’ve had your first two doses and your first booster, we would not – you may get your second booster dose, but it’s not a ‘should.’”
Reporter: “Why not recommend it to everybody instead of saying it’s a personal decision?”
Dr. Moore: “Because at present, we’re doing a risk-based approach.”
Reporter: “What’s the risk?”
Dr. Moore: “There’s always a risk to having any therapeutic versus a benefit. You want to make sure there’s a very strong benefit versus the risk. If you’re an 18-year-old healthy individual, the risk of getting hospitalized if you have no underlying medical illness is very, very low. We know there is a risk, a very small risk, 1 in 5000 that may get myocarditis, for example, and you’d have to have that discussion on the risk-benefit of a complication from the vaccine versus the benefit of vaccination – for a young, healthy person.”
What is the take away?
It would appear the house of cards continues to crumble. There’s a few things to unpack. First we have Dr. Moore, Ontario’s Health Officer using the word therapeutic for the Covid “vaccine”, then a personal choice statement followed by an email chain with Dr. Bonnie Henry acknowledging severe side effects suffered by British Columbians and last a flash back to a time the Ottawa Special Covid committee was informed blanket mandates made no sense.
It wasn’t too long ago when Alex Berenson was suspended from Twitter for breaching their Covid-19 “misinformation” policy by posting a similar statement calling the Covid-19 “vaccine” a therapeutic.
“It doesn’t stop infection. Or transmission. Don’t think of it as a vaccine. Think of it – at best – as a therapeutic with a limited window of efficacy and terrible side effect profile that must be dosed IN ADVANCE OF ILLNESS. And we want to mandate it? Insanity.” he wrote.
He covers his reinstatement on his substack page here
We finally have a Health Official in Canada acknowledging healthy young people to be aware of the risk-benefit of a complication from the “vaccine” versus the benefit of the quick waning immunity from “vaccination” plus the side effects like myocarditis.
However Ontario goes on to confuse the population by making the shots available to everyone over the age of 18 instead of just focusing on the vulnerable. Dr. Moore said there is a new mix of the “vaccine” coming this fall to protect against the new variants more effectively.
Severe side effects aren’t new, they have always been there but under reported and not put on replay. Dr. Bonnie Henry was contacted by email from health professionals from across the province reporting side effects from the “vaccine” like myocarditis, anaphylaxis, blood clots, strokes and even DEATH. BC Rise reported on this freedom of information act request that surfaced in the governments available FOI files from another person’s previous requests.
In another report from BC Rise, Dr Kalyan Adjunct Professor with the Department of Medicine at University of British Columbia, advised the Ottawa Covid committee with similar messaging during the mandate debate earlier this year.
Healthy living should have been promoted and helping people understand their own risk profile, it would be more effective than putting out blanket mandates especially for people who already have immunity.
“we need a better risk stratification and Canada has never had a policy around which they would mandate vaccines” said Dr. Kalyan adding “informing people rather than forcing them to do something is always more effective for health care”
Later she says “vaccinating those who have infection acquired immunity really provides them no real additional benefit thus these already immune individuals are primarily being exposed to unnecessary risks as rare as they may be and they’re also more likely to experience adverse effects following vaccination.” reported by BC Rise.