In this November 10, 2021 article for The Telegraph, Nicola Smith reports on the recent warning issued by Singapore to its citizens. Those who have refused to take the vaccine will have to pay for their own medical bills if they contract COVID-19.
According to Smith, this new rule will be enforced in December 2021 and is part of the country’s roadmap out of the pandemic.
Singapore’s daily infection cases continue to soar despite having one of the highest vaccination coverage in the world. According to health authorities, most cases are mild or asymptomatic. Meanwhile, Prof. Paul Tambyah, president of the Asia Pacific Society of Clinical Microbiology said that the main reason for rocketing cases was that the vaccines do not prevent transmission and their protection against infection wanes over time.
Singapore uses mostly Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for its inoculation campaign.
Editor’s Note: There are many inconsistencies in the way Singapore handles its COVID response. For one, the country has been implementing early treatment protocols, which has enabled Singapore to have one of the lowest COVID death rates in the world [see Singapore study shows throat spray and hydroxychloroquine reduce risk of COVID-19, Singapore’s accidental COVID experiment shows proof of Great Barrington Declaration]. And yet, despite their one year of success in treating and handling COVID, the country remains obsessed with getting every single eligible citizen to take the experimental vaccines. We wonder why that is.
Also, Singaporean health experts are convinced that the low incidence of serious and life-threatening cases is due to the vaccine uptake but their data is showing that BEFORE the vaccines, their COVID deaths were VERY low. These days, however, Singapore’s daily cases AND deaths are both increasing. Just check out these graphs below:
Can you see how steep the cases and death trends are?
Take note that Singapore’s vaccination rate is at 87.28%, with 86.25% fully vaccinated. By saying that the government is going to pull out support for unvaccinated citizens who get COVID-19, is Singapore actually putting the blame on the unvaccinated for this surge in cases and deaths? [We know this to be untrue as a large majority of those hospitalized in Singapore are vaccinated, see 75% of new COVID cases in Singapore are vaccinated].
What then is the point of Singapore in declaring this threat against the unvaccinated? [This is another one of many coercive strategies being employed by governments today. Also, see Biden vaccine mandates and passports stirs hornet’s nest, inspires massive pushback, New York fires 72,000 health care workers for failing to take the jab, Italy Makes “Green Pass” Mandatory for All Workers, France suspends 3,000 unvaccinated health workers].
We add this article to this website to establish an important point: If the goal of vaccination was to control the virus and to prevent deaths from COVID, then it has seriously failed. The pattern from Singapore and Israel proves this [see Israel, once the model for beating COVID, now has one of the highest infections in the world. Also read Iceland and Denmark: No herd immunity from vaccines, Iceland epidemiologist says herd immunity cannot be achieved by vaccines, World’s most vaccinated nation activates new lockdowns as cases rise, New COVID surge in 4 out of 5 top vaccinated countries in the world, Countries with the highest vaccination rates also facing surge in COVID cases and deaths].
If vaccination cannot control the transmission and infection, then what is the purpose of vaccine passports?
We leave this article with an important puzzle for all our readers: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Indonesia are some of the world’s most densely populated and poorest countries in the world. They have limited access to “advanced” COVID vaccines like Pfizer and Moderna. They are what experts would call, “the perfect breeding ground” for the SARS-CoV-2 to flourish.
Why then are their new cases falling while “developed countries” like New Zealand, UK, and Denmark are experiencing new surge in cases? Clue: testing and vaccines.
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