AstraZeneca is no longer available as an approved COVID-19 drug

In Australia the authorities and the mainstream media call the treatments against C-19 ‘vaccines’, but the factual reality is that they do not confer immunity and therefore cannot be called or advertised as vaccines.

There is no ‘vaccine’ for the virus and consequently the disease.

Their basis for existence in Australia is solely under the ‘Provisional Approval’ label.

As of the 20th of March 2023, the AstraZeneca product Vaxzevira is no longer available as an ‘approved’ product.

See document from within the pdf:

See US Supreme Court case how the C-19 treatment products cannot be called a vaccine as they do not confer immunity.

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