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Trudeau declares boosters forever and threatens restrictions

Prime Minster Justin Trudeau just can’t stop riding the Covid wave while countries around the world have moved on from Covid, Trudeau has threatened Canadians with more restrictions if the country doesn’t fulfill his strange obsession with Covid-19 “vaccination”.

Justin Trudeau said the best way to prevent the government from taking away your rights and freedoms is if 80% to 90% of Canadians stay “up to date” with their Covid “vaccination”

Trudeau told reporters “there is a real risk of a serious wave of Covid”

“If we are able to hit that 80%, 85%, 90% of Canadians up-to-date in their vaccinations, we’ll have a much better winter with much less need for the kind of restrictions and rules that were so problematic for everyone over the past years,” said Trudeau.

Justin Trudeau advertised the recent Emergency Use Approval of bivalent vaccines, designed to target the specific Omicron variant.

“Everyone who has been a while since their vaccination … should look at the fact that we have new vaccines coming out this month that are tailored against Omicron that will provide better protection and everyone should get out and get vaccinated,” said Trudeau.

This all went down around the same time Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos compared covid “vaccination” to recharging your phone battery.

“Vaccine protection is like a phone battery. It needs to be recharged from time to time. Recharging our protection after six months is important, otherwise, we are left without the power to protect ourselves and our loved ones,” said Duclos.

“When protection wanes, action is required just like a phone battery. Your phone battery needs to be recharged for your phone to work, to have appropriate power to operate and for your vaccination protection to be affected, so you recharge your phone battery by plugging it into the electricity.”

Current recommendation for boosters from the Government of Canada says “if it has been more than 6 months since your last vaccine dose,” , while senior of the Department of Health say boosters should be recommended to Canadians every three months

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