How This Man In New Zealand Received 10 Jabs Of Covid-19 Vaccine In 1 Day

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Dec 12 2021
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Stories of people given more than 1 dose of Covid-19 vaccine were aplenty. For example, a nurse in Italy mistakenly administered 6 doses of Pfizer Coronavirus vaccine to a 23-year-old Italian woman in May this year. Apparently, the nurse was said to have suffered something called an “attention lapse” – a distraction due to an extremely busy day.


As a result, the patient had to be kept under observation for approximately 24 hours at the Noa Hospital in Tuscany – in an emergency room. She was given fluids, anti-inflammatory and fever medications as preventative measures. The health authority explained that the nurse thought she had extracted and diluted each vial of the vaccine into 6 separate vials, when in fact she hadn’t.


She accidentally filled a syringe with an entire bottle of the “undiluted vaccine” – containing a total of six doses – and injected it into the patient. The nurse realized her error when she saw 5 empty syringes, and immediately alerted the patient as well as doctors on standby. Luckily, the patient did not have any side effects except for pain at the inoculation site. It was a genuine human error.

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But what if a patient received not six, but 10 jabs of Covid-19 vaccine – deliberately? A man in New Zealand was given not only 10 shots of vaccine against the Coronavirus, but had received all the doses on the same day. This time, there were no mistakes on the part of the nurse because this man deliberately visited several vaccination centres to get the jabs.


The man was actually paid to get the jabs on behalf of several people who were seeking to fake their vaccination records. Those unvaccinated in New Zealand face restrictions to places like restaurants, bars and gyms. Covid-19 vaccine and immunisation programme group manager operations Astrid Koornneef said the Kiwi’s Ministry of Health is taking the matter very seriously.


She said – “We are very concerned about this situation and are working with the appropriate agencies. To assume another person’s identity and receive a medical treatment is dangerous. This puts at risk the person who receives a vaccination under an assumed identity and the person whose health record will show they have been vaccinated when they have not.”

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Koornneef also said – “Having an inaccurate vaccination status not only puts you at risk, it puts your friends, extended family and community at risk, and the healthcare teams that treat you now in the future. Medical practitioners operate in a high-trust environment and rely on people to act in good faith to share information accurately to assist with their treatment.”


University of Auckland vaccinologist and associate professor Helen Petousis-Harris called the behaviour of the man, who is under investigation, “unbelievably selfish” and taking advantage of somebody who needs some money. She said it was difficult to predict what might happen to someone who had 10 vaccines in a single day simply because studies did not cover such excessive doses.


However, the man is unlikely to die, but can expect to feel rough for a day or two as his body mounts an immune response to the multiple vaccines. Koornneef said those who have had more shots than recommended in a single day to “seek clinical advice as soon as possible”. Meanwhile, Auckland University professor Nikki Turner said – “This is not a safe thing to do, this is putting that person at risk”.

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But how did such thing happen in the first place? In New Zealand, people do not have to show identification when receiving the vaccine. The country scrapped its “Zero-Covid” strategy (the same strategy successfully used and adopted in China) in October after infections spiked. Until the spike, the government had been praised for the country’s low infection.


In actual fact, as early as October, police have started investigating at least one similar case where a person received jabs for another person. However, the government feared that strengthening the identification process before someone got a vaccination may risk reducing participation and “work directly against the goal of vaccinating as many people as possible”.


Almost 80% of New Zealand’s population had received at least one dose of Covid-19 vaccine, while close to 74% are fully vaccinated. The administration of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was fighting very few infections initially, until the emergence of Delta variant. Subsequently, the government was forced to change the unpopular lockdowns to restrictions on the unvaccinated.

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When the government tried to copy China’s Zero-Covid strategy with elimination of Covid at all cost through lockdowns, PM Jacinda was greeted with thousands of protestors holding signs and placards with messages like “Freedom” and “Kiwis are not lab rats”. Under pressure, the government backpedalled and rolled back compulsory vaccination and lifted lockdowns.


But PM Jacinda Ardern recently introduced a new “traffic light” system. While businesses and facilities remain open, they catered for the vaccinated only even in the most-restricted “red” areas, with proof of vaccination required. Anti-vaccine activists quickly retaliated and launched protests, leading to schemes of paid vaccination-by-proxy to fake and trick the system.


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Before our kiasu and kiasi monkeys get excited over the article, they have to take into consideration some key points.

The first would be if the blighter who received so many jabs was both a kiasu – he simply had to do his max grab; and/or he was a kiasi – he needed to do the overkill, trying to kill himself by getting himself max plus protection.

Then, there is the question of whether he was jabbed with the syringes loaded – or he was given the nothing of empty syringes. If it was the latter, there would have been nothing to be alarmed about that he was receiving the overkill – a load of nothing equals a load of nothing. The only thing to worry about would be he gets the blessed virus and he would be protected by a load of nothing.

There’s yet another consideration, the blighter did get that many loaded shots and if he was unlucky the shots kill him off like they’ve done not too few unlucky blighters who had just one or two shots.

If our blighter had all the loaded shots for the overkill, then he should just remain kiasi as the shots, however many, do not work, anyway. He should just put all his energy feeding his kiasi fear chances he may get the Delhi Variant is high. He may perhaps get the Omaigod In Malaysia, the kiasu types would grab both. But some may not, they may kick the stolen bucket on the way to getting one or both viruses through the sheer fear of catching wan or both. Or both plus a few new variants.

I won’t panic too much though, I’ve always reassured you monkeys if the virus or viruses don’t kill you, our fcuked up gomen would do you the favour in countless other ways, over anything and everything, anyway. Just to rub the salt in, if the gomen doesn’t get you killed, our equally fcuked up “Opposition” would, Alhamdulilah!

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