ER Editor: This story, with accompanying video lasting just over 2 minutes, can also be found at TheCovidWorld.com – see BOMBSHELL: Doctor Tells Patient On Phonecall Not To Take Any More COVID Vaccines Because They’ll Soon Be Halted Globally in case Facebook takes this video down.
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GP Tells Woman That UK Covid-19 Vaccine Program Will Be Stopped Due to Health Risks
In a video shared on Facebook, a GP tells a woman that the Covid-19 vaccine program will soon be stopped altogether as new information comes out to the public regarding its safety.
The viral video was shared by Chelsea Harman, who said that she contacted 111 on Friday evening to report concerning symptoms she developed after having the jab on the same day.
Harman wrote: “4 hours after having it I developed 3 lumps on my head, 2 pea size and 1 grape size (these are still here) I called 111 Friday evening and was told a doctor would phone, Saturday evening I received this call from the doctor.”
The number shown in the video can be traced back to Chichester’s out of hours service, and Harman was able to confirm that she did indeed speak to a GP.
In the video, the GP says that young people especially should not have the vaccine and that the third booster jab is completely unnecessary.
“So you think I shouldn’t have any more vaccines then?” Harman asks.
The GP replies, stating:
“If you ask me, then this would be advice, yes. There is a lot of information coming out now which was not available earlier, and very soon all of the vaccines will be completely stopped.
“This is information that is really…you won’t hear it on TV for a while probably, because… it’s a long story.”
Herman was then told that she shouldn’t worry about her symptoms unless they appear to get worse or if she develops new symptoms.
At the end of the video, Herman tells the doctor that her sister is booked in to get her booster vaccine the next day and asks whether she should tell her not to.
“No, please no,” the GP says, begging the woman to tell her sister not to get the third jab.
It is unlikely that this information will come out to the media any time soon. However, it will be interesting to see how this will unfold when the vaccines are stopped.
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