Yet again, conspiracy theorists proved to be correct about the COVID-19 jab rollout. Not long ago, boosters were a kooky conspiracy theory dismissed by most of the public.
Two shots would return your freedoms, end COVID-19 hysteria, and bring life back to normal. Then, the narrative shifted to a booster for an extra immunity boost. However, those crazy conspiracy nuts warned that the boosters wouldn’t stop. Big Pharma and governments would collude to enforce boosters every 3-6 months, and the definition of “fully vaccinated” would change with every booster.
While those warnings got dismissed, the Netherlands government vindicated the warnings. Health Minister Hugo de Jonge announced on Thursday the country should prepare for another three boosters. That makes six COVID-19 jab doses for the Dutch population.
Two doses would be for 2022, and the third dose would be administered in 2023. It’s further proof that compliance only ensures more medical tyranny arrives at your doorstep.
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This is sick. Maniacal and worthy of a revolt in the streets. https://t.co/vy1uJqDQzM
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) December 30, 2021
— Vox Populi (@VoxPopuliMx) December 30, 2021
All hail the glorious 6th jab! This will definitely be the one to set us free. I know we said that about jabs two, three and four, but just like socialism it's bound to work this time.https://t.co/nlDRF7bkzv
— Guy Verhoftwat (Parody) (@TheTwatRises) December 30, 2021
Humble pie is going to be the dish of the year for those who called us 'conspiracy theorists'
Netherlands announces plan to give people up to six doses of COVID vaccine https://t.co/7uegCH5qqn
— Darcygirl #NoVaccinePassportsAnywhere (@purrfect1509) December 30, 2021
In the letter, De Jonge wrote: “Certainly because only half of a regular vaccine is needed for a booster dose of Moderna, we now have sufficient vaccines for the current booster campaign and there is ample basis for possible extra booster rounds in the second quarter and the autumn of 2022 and in 2023.
The Netherlands has bought vaccine stock in bulk in order to avoid shortages.
The country has ordered nearly 6 million additional vaccines alongside the 12 million already bought from Pfizer/Biontech.
There is already an agreement in place with Pfizer/Biontech for at least another 17.5 million doses before 2023. It is unclear who will be eligible for these booster coronavirus vaccine shots in 2022 and 2023.
Pfizer/Biontech is working on a vaccine adapted to the current Omicron variant.
Pfizer/Biontech has indicated it needs at least 100 days to develop, approve and scale up production for a modified vaccine. Delivery is expected in April at the earliest.
On December 29 people born in 1983 and 1984 were invited by the Municipal Public Health Services to get their booster shots. The following day, those born between 1985 and 1986 were told they could schedule theirs.
The Netherlands’ government website has also highlighted the current data on vaccine uptake in the country.
As of December 26, 89 percent of people aged 18 or over had received at least one vaccine dose. A total of 85.9 percent of those who are aged 18 and over are fully vaccinated.
How will Dutch citizens respond to the news of the government planning three additional rounds of boosters?
Massive riots broke out in Rotterdam about six weeks ago. Will we see a similar reaction soon?