Peru Declares State of Emergency Amidst a Frightening Health Crisis

For a long time, people worldwide have been urged to receive the COVID vaccine. Not only were they promised a “safe and effective” vaccine, but some countries and communities even imposed strict restrictions on those who chose not to get vaccinated.

The intention was to stigmatize and make life difficult for people who opted out of getting the COVID vaccination. These individuals were also unfairly labeled as conspiracy theorists and eccentric.

However, it has now become evident that the COVID vaccine does not live up to its promises. Not only does it fail to protect recipients from COVID or prevent virus transmission, but it also has some severe side effects.

According to the Gateway Pundit, people in Peru are experiencing this firsthand.

State of Emergency in Peru

Due to an increasing number of Guillain-Barre syndrome cases, the Peruvian government has declared a state of emergency.

Guillain-Barre syndrome occurs when a person’s immune system attacks their nervous system, often leading to paralysis and other long-term consequences.

The state of emergency in Peru will be in effect for three months. During this time, the government aims to understand the situation better and prevent further escalation.

Warnings Were Ignored

When the COVID vaccines were first introduced, many people expressed concerns that they were developed too quickly, received approval without proper clearance procedures.

Now, people worldwide are witnessing the consequences of these rushed decisions. Some individuals who are suffering from Guillain-Barre syndrome or other adverse effects of the COVID vaccine will never be the same.

This outcome could have been avoided.

What do you think?

Written by Western Reader

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