I have an interesting report for you here.
This story comes from Romania and their latest COVID-19 developments.
First, let me give you a little background info.
Looking at the Romania Worldometer Chart, COVID-19 cases and deaths have flatlined since late May – early June.
I’ll answer the headline question by saying COVID-19 isn’t over in Romania.
The virus still exists but the numbers have dramatically declined since Romania’s peak.
If we follow the preferred narrative, the experimental COVID-19 jabs were responsible for this decline.
According to Our World in Data, 26% of Romanians are fully vaccinated from COVID-19.
A quick comparison of EU/EEA nations shows that Romania is the 2nd least vaccinated country out of 33.
How inconvenient for the mainstream narrative.
But it gets better.
Because Romanians stood their ground and refused the experimental jab in mass numbers, their government is starting to close down vaccination centres.
You heard that right.
They’re shutting them down and selling the jabs to other countries.
Check it out:
How do we explain this situation in Romania?
25% of population vaccinated.
Cases & deaths plummeting.
Government closing down vaccinating centres and selling vaccines to the West.
Same in most Eastern European countries 🧐 pic.twitter.com/CfeTN6yCr6
— Mihai Vioreanu (@MihaiVioreanu) August 21, 2021
In Romania the people have won victory, 👊💢 70% have refused the jabs and the gov are closing down vaccination centres , got this from a group
This is AMAZING we must try harder https://t.co/xggRO5vfbH
— The Found (@TheFound5) August 19, 2021
Here’s the translated story from G4Media.ro:
The last of the four vaccination centers opened here in Brașov has also been closed, announces Bună Ziua Brașov . The people of Brasov also have at their disposal for the anti-COVID vaccination the family doctors’ offices and the vaccination points from the Military Hospital and from several private clinics.
Brasov City Hall announced on Monday, August 16, that the last center, the one for the Home for the Elderly, was closed on August 15. Also, the vaccination point in Piata Sfatului, which operated only on weekends, ceased its activity. In total, 310 people – nurses, doctors, registrars – worked at the four centers opened by the Public Health Directorate and Brasov City Hall.
According to DSP Brasov data, the total number of SARS-COV2 virus vaccine doses administered in Brasov is 201,868. In Brasov County, there are 320,390 doses administered.
The inhabitants of Brasov can also be vaccinated at 53 family doctors, at several private clinics and at the “Regina Maria” Military Emergency Hospital.
The Irish Times had this earlier report:
Romania has halted the import of most Covid-19 vaccines after a slowdown in its inoculation drive prompted the government to sell more than a million doses to Denmark and seek an extension to the validity of tens of thousands of expired shots.
Many states in central and eastern Europe have similar concerns over falling inoculation rates, which could leave large sections of the population vulnerable to the highly contagious Delta variant of Covid-19 and future strains of the virus.
About 24 per cent of Romania’s 19 million residents have been fully inoculated, but the rollout has faltered in the provinces of the largely rural country due to poor infrastructure, wariness of the state and the spread of conspiracy theories through communities where health education is often poor.
At the same time, a slowing infection rate has weakened the impetus for some in Romania to get vaccinated: only 31 new cases of Covid-19 and five deaths were reported on Thursday, adding to a national total of 1.08 million infections and 33,786 fatalities.
Despite the Delta variant fear-mongering, the Romanian people stood their ground.
And their government is now sending the jabs back.
May this serve as inspiration for citizens of other nations fighting similar battles.