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European Commission President Says It’s Time to Consider Mandated COVID-19 Jabs For the Entire EU


European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen wants to follow the lead set by Austria and her native country Germany.

She wants the European Union to become a full-fledged Nazi State and mandate the COVID-19 jabs for the entire bloc.

Any such move would plunge Europe into the deepest wave of tyranny since WWII.

Von der Leyen’s statement is another melodramatic response to the omicron (moronic) variant that’s spreading mild and symptomless cases in Europe.

As The Guardian noted:

The EU must consider mandatory vaccination in response to the spread of the “highly contagious” Omicron Covid variant across Europe, the European Commission president has said.

In a call to action, Ursula von der Leyen said the EU’s 27 member states should rapidly deploy booster doses and a commission communique backed countries opting to temporarily enforce pre-travel PCR tests even within the bloc’s borders.

Asked whether she supported the Greek government in its imposition of a €100 (£85) monthly fine on those aged 60 and over who failed to get a Covid jab, Von der Leyen said the spread of the disease and lack of vaccine take-up in parts of the EU meant mandatory vaccination had to be on the table as a policy response.

Von der Leyen stated it’s ultimately the decision of each member state to determine their COVID-19 jab policies.

Austria announced mandated COVID-19 injections by February 1st and Germany’s incoming Chancellor supports a similar policy.

How long until other nations obey the ‘personal opinion’ of President Ursula von der Leyen and mandate the COVID-19 jabs for their entire population?

The Daily Mail mentioned the EU’s authoritative response to the ‘scary’ variant:

Europe is currently in the midst of a wave of Covid cases that has seen restrictions return across the continent amid fears of another Christmas spent in lockdown.

Adding to those fears is the emergence of the new Omicron variant which is thought to be more infectious than the Delta strain, and has been detected in Europe.

Ms Von dey Leyen was speaking at a press conference to discuss what measures the EU is taking to combat these dual threats.

She said the European Union has enough booster shots for every fully vaccinated adult to get one, urging people to take it within six months of their last jab.

Pfizer vaccines will also be available for children as young a five within the next two weeks after the European medical regulator approved it, she added.

Measures such as masks, hand hygiene and social distancing are also being used she said, but ‘full vaccination and boosters provide the strongest protection against Covid that is available now.’


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