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BURNABY, British Columbia (LifeSiteNews) – A long-term care (LTC) facility has experienced a wave of COVID-positive cases and deaths associated with the virus despite the entire home and staff having all been fully immunized with the abortion-tainted jab.

So far, 12 deaths associated with COVID have occurred at the Willingdon Care Centre in Burnaby, British Columbia, and officials have said “nearly every resident” at the home has been affected by the outbreak.

An email was sent by Fraser Health, the governing health authority, stating that more than 100 people have tested positive since the outbreak was declared near the end of September. Eighty percent of the cases have been associated with residents and the remainder among the staff.

Willingdon Care Centre has 95 beds, which means positive cases were found in almost 85 percent of residents.

The incident is another example of “breakthrough” cases that are becoming more and more common. A breakthrough case is when someone who is fully vaccinated tests positive for COVID. The effectiveness of the available abortion-tainted has been proven to wane in as little as a few months.

The elderly were among the first to be vaccinated in Canada, most being fully jabbed more than six months ago. B.C. Care Providers Association CEO Terry Lake used the death and suffering of the elderly residents as a chance to clamor for more access to booster shots.

He said the facility was well run, implying that there was no malfeasance or mismanagement by the health system and staff. In addition, he stated, “If the residents there had had their … booster when Alberta and Ontario were giving out their boosters, it’s highly probable this would not have happened.”

The long-term effects of taking a booster shot – a third shot within a year – of an mRNA vaccine are not known. The waning effectiveness of the shots has caused some to caution that there will be “boosters forever” under the current framework.

Peer reviewed studies have shown that natural immunity is 13 times stronger than vaccinated immunity because it is more robust and less isolated than what the jab can offer.

Despite the growing evidence that the vaccines wear off and that natural immunity is stronger, Dr. Brian Conway, president and medical director of the Vancouver Infectious Diseases Centre, believes that eventually everyone will need a booster.

Speaking about the situation in Burnaby, he said, “There are still too many people who are unvaccinated, and there is transmission to individuals where the vaccine effectiveness has waned or there was not a great response to begin with because they were older.”

It cannot be said that unvaccinated persons caused an outbreak in the LTC facility consdiering that everyone was vaccinated. In addition, it seems that he suggested that certain people do not take to the vaccines because of factors such as age. It is not clear why he would suggest that everyone be vaccinated if he does not believe that the vaccines work for everyone.

Dr. Byram Bridle, an outspoken vaccinologist, has criticized the insistence on mass vaccination, pointing out that it is shown that many people do not respond positively to the COVID shots. In an open letter to the president of the University of Guelph,  Bridle wrote, “ … in a naïve individual receiving a mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine, there are no antibodies; either pre-existing in the host, or in the vaccine formulation. In fact, it will take many days for the antibody response to be induced and for titers to begin reaching substantial concentrations. This leaves a large window of time in which any free spike proteins could exert their biological functions/harm in the body before there are any antibodies to neutralize them. Worse, most of the spike proteins should be expressed by our own cells. In that case, the antibodies will target and kill them in a form of autoimmunity.”

Given the evidence that natural immunity has proven to be stronger and that – as Dr. Brian Conway admitted – the jab is ineffective in some, Bridle also criticized vaccine passport policies at schools and health care centers. He referenced the fact that he is not allowed on the campus of the University of Guelph, even though he has “proven” that he is immune to COVID, but he doesn’t “have a piece of paper saying that someone saw two needles” went into his shoulder.

He charged the university president with hypocrisy by stating, “You have a piece of paper that says that someone saw two needles go into your shoulder, but you have not proven that you are immune to SARS-CoV-2.”

LTC vaccination policies in Canada do not require staff to prove immunity, only that they have received the shots.


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