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posted on Feb, 1 2022 @ 07:08 AM
... do not call it "Natural Herd Immunity".

A while ago South Africa was ready to go from pandemic to endemic, before chickening out no doubt because of pressure applied by the Rothschilds Inc.

Below is the latest policy changes:

South Africa rewrites Lvl 1 Lockdown Rules

Testing positive

Those who test positive with no symptoms do not have to isolate;
If you test positive with symptoms, the isolation period has been reduced from 10 to 7 days;
Contacts do not have to isolate unless they develop symptoms.
“The rationale for these amendments is informed by the proportion of people with immunity to Covid-19 which has risen substantially, exceeding 60-80% in several serosurveys,” the presidency said.

How will the globalists retaliate?

S African petrol price hike 53c per litre

Admittedly the two events may be unrelated.

It may also be intentional to discourage our truckers from following in their Canadian counterparts truck tracks out of solidarity for basic human rights.

If you're from any country except US, Canada and South Africa let us know what's happening with the fuel prices.

I have a sneaking suspicion prices are being raised everywhere to avoid embarrassment to the elite like we are seeing in Canada.

Coming back to the main story:

If you test positive without showing symptoms there is no need to isolate.

Which means it is most likely the dirty vaxed who will become the superspreaders as the vaccine is purported to suppress the symptoms.

Does the South African narrative stroke with the narrative in your corner of the world?

Trust the science™

edit on 1-2-2022 by 19Bones79 because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 1 2022 @ 09:30 AM
Price of diesel skyrocketed here in Canada over the weekend,and we all figured it was due to the trucker convoy directly,,because it definitely isn't based on the price of oil.

posted on Feb, 11 2022 @ 11:46 AM
a reply to: 19Bones79

Diesel has just topped £1.51 per litre here in the Uk.


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