Yes One Shot COVID Vaccination Works

A public service announcement about COVID… Health authorities, worldwide should opt for a One Shot COVID vaccine campaign, please… As recommended by the British government, December 2020:

[Quoting British government’s “GREEN BOOK”.] Dosing and schedule 14a

Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine BNT162b2

The dose of Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is 30µg contained in 0.3ml of the diluted vaccine. After dilution each multidose vial can be used to deliver five or six doses of 0.3ml. The vaccine should be administered in 2 doses, a minimum of 21 days apart.

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

The dose of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is 0.5ml. The vaccine should be administered in 2 doses, a minimum of 28 days apart.

Operationally, it is RECOMMENDED that the second dose of both vaccines should be routinely scheduled between four and 12 weeks after the first dose. This will ALLOW MORE PEOPLE TO BENEFIT FROM THE PROTECTION PROVIDED FROM THE PROTECTION PROVIDED FROM THE FIRST DOSE during the roll out phase. Longer term protection will then be provided by the second dose.

If an interval longer than the recommended interval is left between doses, the second dose should still be given (preferably using the same vaccine as was given for the first dose if possible). The course does not need to be restarted.

[End of British government quote.]


PA: The new British guidance contradicts guidelines in the United States, where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has noted that the authorized Covid-19 vaccines “are not interchangeable,” and that “the safety and efficacy of a mixed-product series have not been evaluated. Both doses of the series should be completed with the same product.” US “experts” were scathing about the British decision: “There are no data on this idea whatsoever,” said John Moore, a vaccine expert at Cornell University. Officials in Britain “seem to have abandoned science completely now and are just trying to guess their way out of a mess.” Nothing wrong with guessing, sometimes. Guessing is always how science starts. Right now, millions of doses of mRNA vaccines have been injected: the vaccination program rests not just on established science, but also hope and guesses. In particular, on how long immunity will last, no dangerous “enhancement”, and whether the vaccines will prevent transmission… And, as I just said, there are other guesses… Of an even more scientific nature…

Such a decision, giving just one injection in the early part of the vaccination program, will save millions of lives. Instead the US government and its experts decided to prevent distribution of twenty (20) million vaccinations in 2020, out of forty millions, so keep 50% of the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine alone… in reserve… for the elite. what else? Much of the elite, including 30 year old politicians got vaccinated already. The vaccines are extremely effective within ten days of the first injection. Lethality of COVID is greater by a factor of one hundred (100), or more in older (more than 65) individuals.

NOT vaccinating highly vulnerable people, at this point, is plain criminal.

Patrice Ayme

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One Response to “Yes One Shot COVID Vaccination Works”

  1. De Brunet d'Ambiallet Says:

    Here in France the vaccination is a total failure. Very few people getting vaccinated. Total political failure of epic proportion. Also the French vaccine failed.

    Johnson and Trump look like geniuses for the vaccination. Especially Trump. He gave bilions for all these vaccines, no? So count yourself lucky!


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