If you’ve followed my reports on the COVID-19 jab rollout for the past 1.5 years, you’ll know the most vaccinated countries have experienced the worst outbreaks.
Common sense would tell you the experimental shots have made the ‘pandemic’ worse.
Yet, many countries are on their 3rd, 4th, or even 5th dose.
However, I want to recognize a bright spot.
Haiti has NOT been impacted by COVID-19 like many other nations.
According to Worldometer, Haiti ranks 185th in the world in deaths per capita.
The Caribbean nation reports 837 COVID-19 deaths.
What explains Haiti’s COVID-19 success compared to other countries?
To put it bluntly, the toxic injections have hardly made a dent in the country’s population.
1.4% of Haiti’s population is ‘fully vaccinated’ against COVID-19.
2.1% of the population has received at least one dose.
Haiti did not vaccinate its citizens. Their current vaccination rate is 1.4% of the population.
Haiti has not been effected by covid while the countries who did vaccinate the majority of their populations are struggling, and telling their citizens they need repeated injections. pic.twitter.com/23cBJBKqb7
— Frank Grimes Jr. (@FrankGrimes_Jr) July 5, 2022
Years ago the ministry of health recommended that everyone take Chloroquine to help prevent malaria. Huge disparity in covid nos between Haiti and the Dominican Republic in 2020 https://t.co/5BZflzbOS8 pic.twitter.com/cJMzBz3PHl
— Denise Nicleary (@DNicleary) July 5, 2022
From the NIH:
Chloroquine (CQ), after 67 years of use in Haiti, is still part of the official treatment policy for malaria. Several countries around the world have used CQ in the past due to its low incidence of adverse events, therapeutic efficacy, and affordability, but were forced to switch treatment policy due to the development of widespread CQ resistance. The purpose of this paper was to compile literature on malaria treatment policies and antimalarial drug efficacy in Haiti over 67-year period.