Vax injuries v mandates

The Great Reset cabal is becoming increasingly dictatorial.

The insufferable Palace Chook is looking for advice from Western Australian lunatic in chief, Mark McClown:

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she is keen to talk to her Western Australian counterpart Mark McGowan about how he encouraged more parents to get their children vaccinated.

Annastacia Palaszczuk seeks advice from WA’s Mark McGowan to help lift ‘lagging’ vaccination rates in Queensland

Annastacia Palaszczuk says she will talk to her Labor counterpart in WA, Mark McGowan, about how he lifted vaccination rates in his state with Queensland “lagging behind” other parts of Australia.

More below the fold.

Another Young Star Gets Sidelined With Blood Clot and Nobody’s Looking at the Jabs as the Unambiguous Cause

The world’s number two female golfer is sidelined indefinitely with an inexplicable blood clot. Olympic Gold Medal winner Nelly Korda, 23, recently posted about her diagnosis just a week after model Hailey Bieber, 25, was hospitalized for a similar clot. They join a growing list of otherwise young and healthy people who are being diagnosed with complications that are oddly being characterized as “Covid related.”

Rafa Nadal suffered breathing difficulties during the Indian Wells final

What they should really be saying is that the conditions these young women and others across the globe are experiencing are Covid “vaccine” related. That’s why so many young people, whether they’ve had Covid-19 or not, are falling to strange ailments, according to many suppressed doctors and scientists. Yet our government and corporate media fail to even consider that as a possibility. Or, to be more accurate, they willfully deny what most of them know to be the most obvious root cause.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she is keen to talk to her Western Australian counterpart Mark McGowan about how he encouraged more parents to get their children vaccinated.

Ms Palaszczuk made the remarks on Tuesday as she said Queensland was lagging behind the rest of the nation when it comes to the number of children who are vaccinated against COVID-19.

The Sunshine State is currently experiencing a spike in cases, with authorities reporting a 15 per cent increase in daily infection numbers in the past week. 

“We are seeing just a little spike at the moment in COVID cases, so can I just urge people, if you do have symptoms, you really should go and get a RAT test or a PCR test,” Ms Palaszczuk said.

Annastacia Palaszczuk said she wanted to speak with Mark McGowan in a bid to help lift Queensland's COVID-19 vaccination rate amongst children
Annastacia Palaszczuk said she wanted to speak with Mark McGowan in a bid to help lift Queensland’s COVID-19 vaccination rate amongst children
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“We are seeing increased levels at the moment in primary school children and high school students. What I would like to see is that number of parents getting their primary school students vaccinated increase.

“We are still lagging behind some of the other states and I think it will give parents that extra comfort about having that vaccination for their children.”

Federal government figures show that across Queensland 43.15 per cent of five to 11-year-old’s have received one dose of the vaccine – the lowest uptake of any jurisdiction in Australia.

The one dose vaccination rate in that age group is above 50 per cent in every other state and territory, expect New South Wales (48.87 per cent). 

Queensland is also the only jurisdiction which has a first dose rate below 80 per cent – 76.88 per cent – in the 12 to 15-year-old cohort.   

Ms Palaszczuk said she wanted to hear from Mr McGowan about what programs he implemented to boost the vaccine uptake in Western Australian children.

“I’m going to have a chat to Premier Mark McGowan about this. I want to talk to him about what other programs he did to really drive those vaccination rates,” she said. 

“Of course it’s up to people to make up their own mind but I want to thank people for getting vaccinated.

“If you’re children aren’t vaccinated yet, please go and talk to a GP or a health professional.”

Meanwhile, Chief Health Officer Dr John Gerrard said if children wanted to wear masks in school “they should feel comfortable wearing it but we’re not going to be mandating anything like that at this stage”. 

It is galling that the creatures who inflict this on us are for the most part childless morons.

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