Countering AstraZeneca Propaganda


AstraZeneca has been running a massive public relations campaign to promote its Covid-19 vaccine, including spending millions of dollars on advertising and enlisting celebrities to spread the word. The company has also launched an aggressive social media campaign, using hashtags such as #VaccinesWork and #AZVaccine to spread positive messages about the vaccine. AstraZeneca has even gone so far as to create a website dedicated to promoting the vaccine, which includes videos from medical professionals and other experts discussing the importance of getting vaccinated. The company has also released several press releases touting the efficacy of its vaccine and highlighting its commitment to safety and efficacy.

  • In a statement, AstraZeneca said its COVID-19 vaccine was 79% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 and was 100% effective in stopping severe disease and hospitalization, though it has not yet published full data. Investigators said the vaccine worked across all ages, including older people — something experts wanted better data on. Two doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine were given to people four weeks apart.

This is a violation of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and it’s time to start speaking out against this kind of draconian measure. We must demand that our governments respect our rights and freedoms, even in times of crisis. We must also demand that they provide us with accurate information about the virus, its transmission, and its effects on individuals and communities. It is only through an informed public that we can make decisions that are in the best interests of everyone.

This is a great example of how data can be used to inform our understanding of the efficacy of treatments and vaccines. It also shows that we should not rely on one single study or statistic to make decisions about our health, but rather look at the bigger picture and consider all available evidence.

It’s important to remember that this data only applies to Ontario, and may not be representative of other regions or countries. Additionally, it does not take into account asymptomatic cases or those who have been vaccinated. Therefore, further research is needed in order to draw more accurate conclusions about the effectiveness of treatments and vaccines.

Yes, I remember those cases. It is important to note that the vaccine does not guarantee 100% protection against severe disease and hospitalization with COVID-19. However, it has been shown to be highly effective in preventing these outcomes. In clinical trials, the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines were found to be 95% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 infection, and both have been shown to reduce the risk of hospitalization by more than 80%.


The most effective way to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes is to maintain a healthy lifestyle. This includes eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. Additionally, it is important to monitor your blood sugar levels and get regular check-ups with your doctor. Making these lifestyle changes can help you prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

No, that’s not what I mean. The AZ jab has been proven to be highly effective in preventing serious illness and death from COVID-19, but it is not 100% effective. There is still a chance that someone could get sick or die even after receiving the vaccine.

That’s a pretty harsh way to describe something, but it does paint a vivid picture. It’s not very nice to make fun of someone for being stupid, though. We should all strive to be more understanding and compassionate towards those who may not understand something as quickly as others.