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I plugin with, Donna Koscica for our podcast shows called, “EYE ON OZ” to cover current Alternative news that mostly focuses on Australia. 

Donna plugs in with me tonight 04/02/2023 to continue our weekly podcast chats and to chat about the mass COVID PSYCHOSIS we are now witnessing.

We chat about the current situation in Canberra and the over the top police ƒear tactics being deployed to scare people away, but it will not work.  

The people power is building and all we need are 5 Million in the Capital to put an end to this madness and rotting tyranny…. 


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One thought on “EYE ON OZ WITH ADAM AND DONNA “EP 86”

  1. Well we all know why the RAT kits are sold out. Something to do with a four month exemption 🤔🤨🤭🤫🌝ATAGI expanded guidance on acute major medical
    conditions that warrant a temporary medical exemption
    relevant for COVID-19 vaccines
    Updated: 24 January 2022
    What’s changed:
    The time frame for temporary deferral of vaccination following SARS-CoV-2 infection has been updated from
    6 months to 4 months.
    The below guidance is prepared to support completion of the Australian Immunisation Register immunisation
    medical exemption (IM011) form, Guidelines for immunisation medical exemption.
    This advice covers those for whom an exemption can be provided and does not cover clinical management of
    adverse events. For the management of adverse events refer to your local Specialist Immunisation Service.
    COVID-19 vaccines have been demonstrated to be safe and effective and as such are recommended for all
    Australians from 5 years of age. There are very few situations where a vaccine is contraindicated and as
    such, medical exemption is expected to be rarely required.
    Temporary exemptions
    An exemption should not be given when an alternative COVID-19 vaccine is available and when completing
    the medical exemption (IM011) form all COVID-19 brands must be selected.
    Valid reasons for a temporary exemption include:
    • For an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, inflammatory cardiac illness within the past 3 months, e.g.,
    myocarditis or pericarditis; acute rheumatic fever or acute rheumatic heart disease (i.e., with active
    myocardial inflammation); or acute decompensated heart failure
    • For all COVID-19 vaccines:
    o Acute major medical condition (e.g. undergoing major surgery or hospital admission for a
    serious illness). Typically, these are time-limited conditions (or the medical treatment for
    them is time limited).
    o PCR-confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection, where vaccination can be temporarily deferred up
    until 4 months after the infection. Ensure when reporting this temporary medical deferral to
    the AIR it is not for a duration longer than 4 months.
     Vaccination should be deferred for 90 days in people who

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