2,000 doses of COVID vaccine about to expire


CABINET NOTES: The Cabinet was informed by the Minister of Health that the vaccines which are set to expire in eight days, numbering less than 2,000 doses, will be consumed by the Antigua and Barbuda population during the days remaining.

There will therefore be no reason to share the vaccines with a fellow Caribbean country, as previously announced.

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  1. Good! The Caribbean has been used as a dumping ground for AstaZeneca gene therapy drug.

    Some countries are looking into the problems with this drug (as well as Moderna & Pfizer)

    Many people do not realise that AZ has only been approved for emergency use, and has caused no end of problems such as: Myocarditis with the heart; irregular menstrual issues as well as AZ attaching itself to the ovaries and testes; tinnitus; and not forgetting the blood clotting issues as well – in all age groups.

    The trials for many of these gene therapy drugs will not be completed until early 2023.

    Respect to all critical thinkers …

  2. All the current members in govt need to take all of the remaining doses.

    Let them be the human test rats. They are already rats, might as well make good use of them.

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