Ron: Here is a letter I sent to the Canberra Times yesterday.
Canberra Times, Letters Editor
Andrew Brown, Georgie Moore, ‘Boosters won't be brought forward despite new variant' CT. 4/12/21, p. 7, say there's been 10 confirmed cases of Omicron in Australia and 400 in the world.
Is the term "Boosters" correct in relation to treatment of Omicron? Doesn't a new variant require a new experimental "vaccine" concoction?
Has a new experimental "vaccine" already been produced and approved for use for Omicron? That must be some sort of record!
Professor Kelsey is quoted as saying: "hospitalisations ...with the Omicron variant are not any more severe than previous".
Have there been hospitalisations for Omicron in Australia?
Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D. says 10,000-plus compensation claims were submitted for vaccine injuries in relation to almost 79,000 adverse side effects after COVID vaccines were reported to the country's Therapeutic Goods Administration, as of mid-November. See: https://www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccine-claims-scheme
As "boosters" for this alleged new variant (https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2021/12/01/the-omicron-deception-how-long-can-they-string-out-the-mutation-stories/
And: http://abundanthope.net/pages/Health_and_Nutrition_37/NEW-South-Wales-Media-Release.shtml ) presumably require a new experimental "vaccine", will claimants for injuries resulting from injections for Omicron receive similar compensation? Does that require new legislation?