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Subject University of Alberta health professor says the vaccinated are more likely to contract Delta variant.
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Original Message As we have all suspected….

The truth is coming out. I’m being bombarded with stories everywhere I look about the idiocracy of our current bullshit timeline.

Gets me more and more frustrated.

“Warren Kindzierski, an adjunct professor of environmental health at the University of Alberta School of Public Health, said studies in England, Scotland and Israel have led him to that conclusion.

And he said vaccine passports won’t do anything to stop the wave from hitting Alberta, which is further behind than countries in the Delta wave.

“The data presented show fully-vaccinated people aged 60 years and over are being infected, hospitalized and dying from the Delta variant. mRNA vaccines and the mRNA-produced non-sterilizing antibodies do not appear to be working as originally intended for the Delta variant,” Kindzierski wrote in a paper on the Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA) website.

“As for people aged 60 or older who are of average health or better, or those who have been previously infected, the evidence is weak that they need to be vaccinated for COVID-19 in Alberta.

“Requiring proof of vaccination for people to enter certain businesses and to attend certain events is not supported by science as vaccinated people can be infected by the Delta variant and transmit it to others.””

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