Nova Scotia FOI: $19.1 Million Spent On “Vaccines”, Questions About PCR Testing Companies

More freedom-of-information requests has taken place in Nova Scotia. It would be nice to know how much is being spend on tests, vaccines, and to see some of the contracts. Anyhow, we have at least some information to share on those topics.

Our friend in Nova Scotia is back at it again, digging up dirt and information about the tyranny of Robert Strang. Here are some of the latest finds. Previously, there was the hospitalization scam debunked, the lack of data for masks in schools, the screwy definition of “cases”, Nova Scotia reduced (yes, reduced) ICU capacity, there’s no evidence “asymptomatic spreading” even exists, and they refused to provide the CANImmunize/Clinic Flow contract.

Let’s take a look at how your money is being spent:

[Amended January 26, 2022:]
All monetary distributions/payments to all pharmacies in NS for administering COVID-19 vaccines. Not including any staff salaries.
(December 20, 2020 to January 20, 2022)
All monetary distributions/payments to all pharmacies in NS for administering COVID-19 PCR tests. Not including any staff salaries. (January 1, 2020 to January 20, 2022)
(Date Range for Record Search: From 12/19/2020 To 1/19/2022)

The Government claims to have spent $19.1 million on vaccines for pharmacies, and this doesn’t include any salaries. They also answer that the only testing that goes on it paid for by the patients seeking them. They included a list of pharmacies, along with the amounts each has received.

What else do we have here?

Another FOI request involved getting copies of the testing contracts that the Province has with 3rd party providers. This has been put on hold as it’s claimed that it may release confidential business information of those 3rd parties. The company(ies) must respond in 14 days to either consent to the release, or to provide written reasons for refusing.

While Nova Scotia may be hesitant to turn over the contracts, we can guess who might be doing the testing. They may not be too proud of this.

One such company is BGI Genomics, a Chinese company, based in Hong Kong. It received interim authorization from Health Canada on May 4, 2020. This raises all kinds of questions.

Their product has also been allowed into Japan, Singapore, Australia, and the United States. Considering the potential for mass data mining with people’s DNA, it’s certainly worthwhile to know who’s actually in charge of this.

At the time of writing this, there are about 100 versions of testing authorized by Health Canada, many of them foreign owned. Many more applications are under review. Now, any of them who are either infiltrated — or owned — by a Government could use this as a DNA dragnet.

And if you haven’t seen Christine Massey’s work with Fluoride Free Peel’s, go do that. There are some 200 or so FOIs showing that no one, anywhere in the world, has ever isolated this “virus”. It’s never been proven to exist. There’s no point having a discussion on what treatments are beneficial, until the existence of this is demonstrated.

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(1) 2022-00106-HEA Response Package Nova Scotia Vaccine Payments
(2) 2022-00106-HEA Response Package Nova Scotia Testing Contracts


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