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Australians Warned That The Eighth Covid Wave Has Arrived

Niamh Harris

Recent headlines by the The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) warned: The eighth COVID-19 wave is here and asked if catching it could trigger Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or autoimmune disorders?”

Surely by now people can see that this is next-level gaslighting and have figured out what the real cause of is.

The networks health guru Dr Norman Swan is also telling Australians to wear face masks, get boosted and eat outside this Christmas as the country enters its eighth wave.

Swan, who refuses to admit the pandemic is over, warned that a ‘Covid Christmas’ is about to start and that everybody should make sure they are up to date with vaccinations, avoid crowded spaces and mask-up in indoors.

ABC reported: From the earliest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists have raised concerns about the potential for long-term health problems linked to SARS-CoV-2 and warned repeated infections are likely to increase the risk.

An association between COVID and cardiovascular disease emerged quickly. (No mention of the experimental covid jabs)

And now — almost exactly four years since the first case was discovered in Wuhan — a growing body of scientific research is cautiously linking the inflammation caused by a COVID infection to diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s as well as autoimmune conditions from bowel disease to rheumatoid arthritis.

The virus has even been suggested to impact some pregnant women, associated with double the risk of premature delivery.

As the eighth COVID wave hits Australia, experts are taking notice. Australia is facing a new COVID wave. Why now?

“Large epidemiological studies looking at the risk profile [suggest] an increase in the incidence of these diseases concomitant with the infection. But it is still early days and the data is still emerging,” says Professor Kevin Barnham from the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health at the University of Melbourne.

Professor Catherine Bennett, the chair of epidemiology at Deakin University has spent her career studying how disease impacts communities. “We know inflammation is behind a lot of disease,” she says. “And so anyone looking at diseases [like SARS-CoV-2] where that’s part of the aetiology will be watching with concern.”

Barnham stresses current research doesn’t show SARS-CoV-2 directly causes these complications: not everyone who contracts COVID will be affected.

But the findings do suggest a COVID infection is one of “a raft of contributing factors” that can significantly increase the risk in susceptible people, perhaps those who already have a genetic predisposition to a particular disease or condition.

8 COMMENTS

  1. Bloody stupid Australians are way behind Gayotearoa as usual , the Mayor of Wellington is already working diligently to spread this new virus around that shithole and she’s about to inlist the big guns to really supercharge the spread to the population, the entire C/ sucking labour party caucus 🤣🤣🤣
    BTW I wonder with the new administration in wellington whether my post could still get me arrested for hate speech in the near future????

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  2. AND those jabbed will get hit with it first 8th wave FFS I am sure. Those who have been jabbed are still not 100% better from it. The ones I know, they have not regained their full health, well those that got the real kill me jab, the ones that got the saline water are OK, over it in a reasonable time, AND I will not be getting a jab even the first in the whole lineup of successive jabs. I saw at some health place yesterday (which is almost free to those with community cards), they have a covid jab advertised outside their place. FFS surely there is enough information for them to know it doesn’t work and kills people?

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    • Saw a board outside a chemist in Hornby Mall on Monday saying it was free. A B.I.L. who keeps getting jabs was back at the Doctors again yesterday with this chest cough that only disappears for very short periods. Heard two people last weekend talk about “Long Covid”

      Goodness me, If I roll my eyes much more I will end up at S.B.’s place.

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  3. ADE as predicted by many of the sceptics of the vaccine. Eventually I suspect Covid will be a disease of the vaccinated only…… Those that have had it and are unvaxed are probably immune for the rest of their lives. So the vaxed face repeats of covid, and a fucked immune system. The governments that pushed this need to be shot.

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  4. …….”linking the inflammation caused by a COVID infection to diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s as well as autoimmune conditions from bowel disease to rheumatoid arthritis.”……..

    The PR kids are spinning again. This time it has taken the introduction of an imaginary eighth wave of Covid to provide cover for the damage that was actually caused by the rMNA vaccines.

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  5. So the worldwide deaths reported this week are 24, 10 in Italy. Deaths all up in Australia 0 to 19 are .1%,20 to 29 are .2% deaths over 70 are 87.7%. Yet we have a huge conga line of young people with heart problems, that are just told they have nothing wrong them, but don’t do any exercise. People need to be held to account for this, and it still goes on and on. I am lost for words
    over 95% funding of the TGA by big pharma buys silence or whatever is required to keep jabbing, their biggest problem now is the sheep are at long last waking up and walking from having jabs every few months that don;t do anything or prevent them getting sick, go figure

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