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Norway okays Pfizer vaccine

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Oslo – Norway’s health authorities have given the greenlight for the resumption of mass immunization of their citizens using the Pfizer BioNTech Covid19 vaccine.


They claimed that no connection has been found between the Pfizer vaccine (which boasts of a 95-percent efficacy rate and has been allowed for use in the United States, U.K. and Singapore) and the 23 post-inoculation deaths of elderly patients in nursing homes recently.


It should be noted that newly-installed US President Joe Biden, 79, was jabbed the other week with a dose of the Pfizer product.


The Norwegian Institute of Public Health-Camilla Stoltenberg pointed out that a great percentage of the reported deaths “are people of advanced age, are frail and have serious illnesses, all of them.”


(As of this writing, some 50,000 people have already received their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, with negligible side effects.)


Dr. Anthony Fauci, the famous U.S. epidemiologist who is connected with the White House Coronavirus Task force, said these deaths must be put into context as they happened in a nursing home with extremely frail individuals.


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