Tedros avoided Covid vaccination for five months until Africa went first
Citing “vaccine equity,” WHO director “valiantly” refused leaky spike protein jabs out of “protest,” he claims, because poor countries got injected later (Updated 8/6/22)
Covid vaccines launched in December 2020, but World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom says he waited five months, until May 2021, to get his first shot.
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Tedros sounds like Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, who delayed getting his shot — whatever was in it — to “wait my turn.”
These guys are like another “saintly” fellow who told me:
You all go first.
I’ll selflessly wait until the rest of the world gets jabbed with genetic material and no long-term safety record before I’ll consider taking it.