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A Byron mother of three earth children has weighed in on the AstraZeneca saga today, revealing she’s feeling rather vindicated.
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“I mean, I hate to be that person, but I kinda tried to warn all you sheep about this and you laughed in my face and ridiculed me on social media,” said Andrea Vachser from the NSW Northern Shivers Byron Shire.
Her self-gratifying comments come after the Prime Minister held an emergency press conference to assure the nation that all safety precautions were being taken on the AstraZeneca shot, but the dose would be no longer recommended for people under the age of 50.
That news comes as somewhat of a silver lining to the incredibly slow roll out of the spicy cough jab, and now has free-thinkers from places like the Byron Shire, The Sunshine Coast Hinterland and Sydney’s North Shore triumphantly trying to validate their society threatening views.
“Maybe you brain-dead drones might think twice about listening to the medical experts who have dedicated their entire lives to public health and trying to improve humanity,” said Andi.
“I can recommend some really good forums and YouTube videos on this stuff if any of your readers actually want to get informed on the issue,” said the incense retailer.
Our reporter politely declined.
“I know someone who said they know someone whose niece had a bad reaction to the shot, so it’s probably way higher than a 1 in 200,000 chance of a clotting,” explained the immunology expert.
“Don’t say I didn’t warn you okay.”