Whenever the mainstream media conspires to quietly ‘disappear’ web pages of a story it has already reported on you can bet something far bigger and worrisome is being covered up.
In this case, the UK’s Daily Mail yesterday pulled a story from their pages about adverse COVID jab reactions among the crew of an Australian war ship.
Direct from Australia and giving Principia Scientific the heads up is Lady Carla Davis who told us by email:
“Our health minister is still in the hospital from the day after he had his injection! Not a word about the navy hospitalisations. What a way to take out a country’s military… In just one jab!”
“been admitted to hospital with a suspected infection, he is being kept overnight for observation and is being administered antibiotics and fluid.”
“I spent quite a bit of time searching through their headlines, but couldn’t find the story. Wouldn’t be surprised if it has been deleted, though the link is still appearing … makes me think it was probably quickly taken down after initial publication.
news/article-9349695/Navy- sailors-hospitalised-given- Covid-vaccinations-HMAS- Sydney.htmlA number of navy sailors have been hospitalised after being given Covid-19 vaccinations on the HMAS Sydney. Defence sources confirmed some HMAS Sydney crew members were admitted to St Vincent’s …”
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“Also on Thursday, the Department of Defence confirmed members of HMAS Sydney experienced “mild side-effects” after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
The ABC reported that crew members were admitted to St Vincent’s hospital in Sydney as a precaution after experiencing side-effects from the vaccine.
In a statement, the department said no members of the ship were currently in hospital, but would not comment on whether any crew had previously been admitted.
A Defence spokesperson said the ship’s crew had voluntarily received the vaccine ahead of a deployment to North America. The ship sailed with its full crew on Thursday.
“In accordance with Department of Health guidelines, members of the ship’s company were encouraged to report to medical personnel if they were feeling unwell after their vaccination. Some members experienced mild side-effects, which were resolved shortly after reporting,” a Defence spokesperson said. “It is not unusual to experience mild side-effects after any vaccination. Serious allergic reactions are rare.”
Earlier, Australia’s chief medical officer, Prof Paul Kelly, told the Senate inquiry he had been notified of adverse events, but aside from “a few cases of anaphylaxis” there was “nothing untoward” in side-effects from the vaccine.”
Key fact: Interesting that the sailors were taken to hospital for supposedly “mild side-effects.”