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Italy finds no new COVID variants among Chinese visitors so far

Italy finds no new COVID variants among Chinese visitors so far

PM Giorgia Meloni demands EU-wide testing of arrivals from China, despite ‘encouraging’ early results.
There is no sign of new COVID-19 variants so far among passengers arriving in Italy from China in recent days, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni said, as she called for a new, EU-wide testing regime to guard against the threat from a resurgent coronavirus.

On Wednesday, Italy became the first European country to introduce mandatory virus testing for people arriving from China. Beijing's decision to lift lockdown policies earlier this month triggered a surge in cases, spurring concerns around the world that a dangerous new variant could emerge.

At a press conference in Rome on Thursday, Meloni said genomic sequencing of positive cases arriving in Milan’s airports since last week had shown only the Omicron variant. 

Meloni said that authorities in Lombardy had been sequencing the virus, “because we need to know if what is arriving is something we have already seen, and so covered by vaccines or not … Of 30 cases we are sequencing, the first 15 are all Omicron, which is already present in Italy,” she said. “So, for right now, it's quite reassuring."

Meloni said the government had asked the EU for a bloc-wide response on mandatory testing, otherwise, she feared Italy’s testing policy risked being ineffective. “On China, we have taken immediate action," she said. "But this measure may not be completely effective unless it is taken by the whole EU, because we can do it for direct flights but not those with a transit."

Meloni said the government had written to the EU commissioner for health and was “hoping" and "waiting" to hear if the EU would agree to Italy's request. On Thursday, EU health officials met to review the situation and resolved to continue working toward a bloc-wide response, but stopped short of setting out any details on new action.

Italian Health Minister Orazio Schillaci said the low use and efficacy of vaccines had helped create ideal conditions for a new wave of infections in China. "There are few vaccinations in China, a poor level of protection of the vaccines used, and few doses ... Omicron until recently circulated little with low hybrid immunity," he told a Senate briefing in Rome. "Then this autumn came the perfect storm."
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Anna 30 days ago
Like in the movie where the kid watching TV turns and says I see dead people. That's how I feel around my vaxxed friends
Brad 30 days ago
Correct on Karen Kingston. The most accurate of all those speaking on this subject but she is never put out in front of the pack.

Here she exposes important patents that give us a hint at the real purpose of these Covid jabs. When examining the patents it's important to understand that all the mRNA shots including Pfizer BioNtech fall under the Moderna patents.

Case in point from Moderna patent number 10,703,789 B2 from July 7, 2020 and if you look at that patent you can see a description of the 4 lipid nano-particles which encapsulate the mRNA. In section 201 of this patent you can see that they've built in a delivery system that can be delivering the mRNA over periods of hours, days, months, or even years:

This means they have built in targeted delivery and are delivering these nanoparticles intentionally to specific organs which would mean that what is referred to as "adverse events" may not be adverse at all but rather intentional based on the design of the encapsulated nanoparticles.


Moving on to the next referenced patent US20120265001A1 which discusses composite magnetic nanoparticles for a drug delivery system. This brings light to what many microscopists worldwide have been discovering in looking at vials under the microscope, they are seeing all these nanoparticles that reflect light and these are literally magnetic nanoparticles, originally developed for delivery of chemotherapy agents to targeted organs (for example the organ affected by cancer).

This stuff may seem like science fiction, and it really is because in reality it shows again how crude and unscientific our medical establishment is with their toxic drugs and how willing they are to test experimental therapies on healthy humans.

In my opinion it is one thing for someone with terminal cancer to be given a choice to take an experimental protocol like this but to give these sorts of injections to entire populations of relatively healthy humans is a clear violation of the Nuremberg code and plenty of other humanitarian laws.

Moving on to the graphene oxide carbon nanotubes the patent for that is US20130251618A1 which is referenced from the master Moderna patent clarifies that the presence of graphene oxide in these shots can't simply be "debunked" as some conspiracy theory by the corporate shills any longer.
Oh ya 30 days ago
BS. They have never isolated the virus. According to the Pfizers documents they are using a computer model therefore they can never ID any variants.. Its time folks started doing some research themselves and learning what your government has done to you with this bio weapon they call a vaccine. Google Karen Kingston and listen to her. She is a bio research analyst and can explain in plain English what the patients say

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