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  • Australian Health Authorities on Notice - Withdraw COVID-19 Vaccines Immediately
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  • 14/03/2022 Make a Comment
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Dr. Mark Hobart - Australian Health Authorities on Notice - Withdraw COVID-19 Vaccines Immediately [59:26]

The Covid Medical Network have published a letter to Australian Health authorities to withdraw the use of the experimental and dangerous COVID-19 shots immediately.

Dr. Mark Hobart joins us to discuss the letter, the experts who are in agreement and the implication for the bodies addressed. From the letter:

"We, the Covid Medical Network and co-signatories, are writing to you to follow up on prior correspondence to ATAGI, the TGA and the Health Minister, and FOIA requests to the TGA, where answers have either been not forthcoming or have indicated the TGA has lacked critical information for making its provisional approval of the gene-based vaccines, namely Pfizer’s BNT162b2 & Comirnaty, AstraZeneca’s ChAdOx1-S and Moderna’s Spikevax/mRNA-1273."



Or download Full Open Letter (PDF) here

Read the full letter and evidence submitted here:
https://covidmedicalnetwork.com/open-letters/open-letter-to-atagi.aspx

Adverse Event Registry:
https://covidmedicalnetwork.com/vaccine-adverse-reaction-registry.aspx

"Also feel free to send it to your employer (if you still have one) asking why they have mandated a vaccine who risks are clearly unknown. Maybe they may like to explain themselves in court."
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