Israel is one of the most heavily vaccinated countries on earth.
Still, they were not prevented from having ‘record surges’ in cases. We recently reported that Israel was a case study for exactly why the ‘vaccine’ doesn’t work, and this new story just further reinforces our point.
Vaccine mandates are just a cash grab from multinational corporations and every sane, rational person knows it.
A heavily vaccinated nation is being put on a no-fly list, if this doesn’t wake people up, I am not sure what will…..
Make sure you show all your friends who seem to have fallen under the television’s spell:
‘Travel freely, get double jabbed’ they said.
In other news, ‘Sweden is banning entry for travelers from the United States, Israel and four other countries due to rising COVID-19 rates, according to Swedish media’.#NoVaccinePassportsAnywhere
— I do not consent (this tweet is misleading) (@Idonotconsent6) September 2, 2021
#Sweden bans travel from #Israel due to #covid Sweden has no covid and has had no lockdowns or mandatory vaccines etc . Israel is the most vaccinated country in the world and now requiring a third dose of the vaccine.
— The Future is Cheap Now (@StephenBrocker) September 2, 2021
The Epoch Times explained:
Sweden became the second European Union country to ban Israeli residents from entry due to a rise in COVID-19 cases in Israel, despite the country being one of the most vaccinated countries in the world.
Portugal on Wednesday became the first EU country to ban travel from Israel due to a rise in cases. Both countries are following the EU’s recommendation to remove Israel from its list of green countries.
🤡🌎 So the country that has NO lockdowns is doing far superior to the country with the highest vaccinated rates. FFS, vaccines aren't doing what you think they are.
No-Lockdown Sweden Bans Travel from Ultra-Vaxxed, Locked Down Israel Over Covid Spikeshttps://t.co/XXA4kltzbp
— Seth Meister ⚡️🌋 (@SethZero1) September 2, 2021
— Marco (@jeshua_7) September 2, 2021
I24 News reports:
Sweden is banning entry for travelers from the United States, Israel and four other countries due to rising COVID-19 rates, according to Swedish media.
The temporary travel ban to the Scandinavian country goes into effect on September 6 and expires on October 31 unless extended.
Kosovo, Lebanon, Montenegro and North Macedonia were also added to the travel ban list.