WATCH: Vax taskforce chief says mass vaccination ‘pointless’, time to stop counting case numbers
By News Editors // Jan 11, 2022

The former head of the United Kingdom’s Vaccine Taskforce, Dr. Clive Dix, has stated that the nation’s mass vaccination campaign should end, alongside the endless tracking of “case numbers”. Dr. Dix told Sky News that the original vaccines were designed to stop infection and transmission, which hasn’t happened.

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(Article by Kay Smythe republished from TheNationalPulse.com)

The COVID-19 vaccines were also deployed to stop serious disease, but the wave of new variants has meant the vaccines do not stop infections. Dr. Dix explained that the new variants are “much, much milder” so it is “pointless giving more and more vaccine to people who are not going to get very ill.”

Instead, Dr. Dix – appointed chairman of the UK government’s Vaccine Taskforce last June – called for a more targeted approach in the deployment of vaccines, a position held by most anti-mandate proponents who have been dubbed “anti-vaxxers” by the corporate media.

Vaccine deployment should instead be focused on providing protection for the most vulnerable members of society, such as obese children, the long-standing pharmacologist explained:

“People should just go to work, go about their business. If they get ill, go home and stay home.” Dix continued, sharing similar sentiments to other doctors who note that the science behind the COVID-19 vaccine efficacy is limited at best.

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Read more at: TheNationalPulse.com



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