“Let’s get the world back on track – get yourself vaccinated” – Pete Price

Thinking back to the endless months of lockdowns we endured, thank goodness we had block and delete buttons on social media – as well as a repeat on Facebook.

I think I would have gone mad without them.

It really brought out the worst in people, who openly used these platforms to lie and write weird statements – because they can.

They don’t realize how much harm they can do.

There is no real police policy in place on these platforms, although companies are trying.

Some messages are monstrous.

Here is a good example – the anti-vaxx squad.

They must have died and thought they had gone to heaven to get platforms to make their incredible statements to a captivated audience during the lockdown.

By the way, a lot of them make a huge amount of money out of the misery of others.

If you don’t see what I mean, you should watch on Channel 4 a program called Anti-Vax Conspiracy.

It was scary.

It was about the international coronavirus vaccination movement that has divided the nation.

The program explored the reasons.

It was fascinating, but scary to watch.

And they made the point loud and clear that some people make a lot of money.

It went beyond the simple coronavirus, it dealt with vaccinations in general.

After the program, social networks went crazy.

I realized that there is no arguing or arguing with these blinded people, they just want to brainwash others.

All I know is that vaccinations are one of the safest and most effective health interventions against infectious diseases.

They have had a staggering impact in reducing the burden of infectious disease around the world.

Liverpool’s last vaccination center at Pier Head (far left) (Pic Andrew Teebay).

We almost forgot the vaccines against polio, influenza, hepatitis A and B, measles, whooping cough, mumps, smallpox.

The list goes on.

We are told that there might be side effects from some vaccines, but let me remind you that every pill in the world will list the possible side effects.

What is sad to me, people who are reluctant to get vaccinated against Covid-19, don’t have to look hard to find negative rumors and theories that will fuel their fear.

This is because anti-vaccine groups and individuals are working overtime to promote scary false theories.

One who still understands me, that they are trying to permanently alter your genetics.

My question, who are “they”?

So what will happen to the billions of people around the world who have been vaccinated?

Will they all now be controlled by a world order?

How silly of me, I forgot, there are the shape-shifting lizards controlling the world – that’s how weird some statements are.

In the meantime, we are trying to save the world, and vaccination seems to be the only answer.

The daughter of a friend of mine said, with very strong conviction, “You will not make me put anything foreign in my body.

She left, got her botox and fillers, and came home happy with a pair of lips that might stick to a window.

So to finish … Here are some theories of Covid-19.

– It’s a Chinese hoax.

– There is an electronic chip in each vaccine.

– You can stop the Covid by taking a hot bath.

How ridiculous does that sound?

Conspiracy theories spread as fast as the virus.

There have always been skeptics and questions around.

Add to that the fact that we have been stuck inside and glued to our screens, which have been full of misinformation about this new phenomenon.

Sean O’Grady, Associate Editor of The Independent. said “That’s what we do about anti-vaccines – no job, no entry, no access to the NHS.”

In my opinion, this is a bit extreme.

I say “please think of others, let’s get the world back on track – get vaccinated”

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