Health Secretary Matt Hancock cried on live TV today after a 90-year-old grandmother Margaret Keener from Coventry and a Warwickshire pensioner called William Shakespeare became the first people in the world to get an approved COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine as the country took a gigantic step towards ending the hated pandemic on ‘V-Day’.
Welcome to COVID-19 Theatre, today’s episode feature UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock pretending to cry tears of joy as 91-year old Margaret Keener becomes first person in the world to receive the Pfizer coronavirus jab. Oh, brother, spare me the phony tears just get on with it, will you? Prepare yourself for the coming onslaught of social, economic and political pressure to coerce you to ‘take the jab’, but just remember one thing. In boxing, the ‘jab’ is the set-up for the knock-out blow.
“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.” Revelation 13:16-18 (KJB)
The COVID-19 vaccine is not the Mark of the Beast, that is true, so what is it? It is the practice run for the Mark of the Beast, to get you in the proper frame of mind to receive and injection from the government. Think about that. You are being groomed with a global vaccine, as the whole world watches, as a dry run for a global, injectable mark that will control all buying and selling.
The process has begun, and it cannot be stopped, that’s where we are right now on the end times time line.
Margaret Keenan, who turns 91 next week, was first person in the world to receive the Pfizer jab in Coventry
FROM THE DAILY MAIL UK: The NHS has started the biggest vaccination drive in British history at 50 hospital sites where the UK’s new weapon in the war on Covid-19 is being rolled out to the over-80s, the vulnerable and frontline hospital and care home staff.
At least 5,000 people are expected to be inoculated today – around 100 people in each centre – with 800,000 doses of the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine already in the country as the UK’s vaccine chief Kate Bingham predicted that in 2021 ‘we will all be going on summer holidays’.
Margaret Keenan, who turns 91 next week, was the first person in the world to receive the jab since it was approved by the UK’s regulator – calling it ‘the best early birthday present I could wish for’ after self-isolating alone since March. She celebrated her global fame in typical British-style – with a nice cup of tea.
Incredibly the next to get the jab was 81-year-old William Shakespeare from near Stratford-upon-Avon – the Bard’s home town – who appeared so relaxed many joked that to him, being the second person in the world to be vaccinated was ‘much ado about nothing’.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was emotional as he watched Mrs Keenan getting the jab this morning after a grim 2020, and cried on Good Morning Britain as Mr Shakespeare hailed the ‘groundbreaking’ jab that will ‘start changing our lives’.
Mr Hancock wiped away tears as he told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid: ‘It’s been such a tough year for so many people and there’s William Shakespeare putting it simply for everybody that we can get on with our lives’. But in a gloomy warning for Britain he added: ‘There’s still a few months to go, I’ve still got this worry that we can’t blow it now Piers, we’ve still got to get the vaccine to millions of people so we’ve got to keep sticking to the rules, there’s so much work gone into this – it makes me proud to be British’.
Later in the Commons a more composed Mr Hancock gave a statement to MPs on the vaccine’s rollout and joined in on the Shakespeare puns, declaring: ‘If you prick us, do we not bleed?’ Boris Johnson, who watched people getting vaccinated at Guy’s Hospital this morning, said: ‘It’s a shot in the arm for the entire nation, but we can’t afford to relax now’.
At 6.30am, wearing a bright blue ‘Merry Christmas’ T-shirt, Mrs Keenan, known as ‘Maggie’ to friends and family, could be seen smiling under her mask as the nurse May Parsons at University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire injected her with the life-saving medicine.
Mrs Keenan, a former jewellery shop assistant who only retired four years ago, has a daughter, a son and four grandchildren. She said: ‘I feel so privileged to be the first person vaccinated against Covid-19, it’s the best early birthday present I could wish for because it means I can finally look forward to spending time with my family and friends in the New Year after being on my own for most of the year. I can’t thank May and the NHS staff enough who have looked after me tremendously, and my advice to anyone offered the vaccine is to take it – if I can have it at 90 then you can have it too.’
As today marks the start of the ‘biggest vaccine campaign in the UK’s history:
- Thousands of people across the country today became the first in the world to get an approved Covid-19 vaccination;
- Kate Bingham, head of UK vaccine task force, predicts beginning of the end for lockdown and says: ‘My gut feeling is we will all be going on summer holidays’;
- Matt Hancock warns London is on the verge of being plunged into TIER 3 as Covid cases rise and data reveals daily infections are now higher than before November lockdown;
- Britain has received 800,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine so far – that’s enough for 400,000 people;
- Four million more doses of the Covid-19 vaccine are set to arrive in the UK before the end of the December;
- Britain recorded 189 Covid-19 deaths yesterday and 14,178 new cases – a rise of 19.4% compared to last Monday;
In a world first move, that NHS chiefs hope will mark the ‘first step on the road back to normality’, thousands of Britons will today roll up their sleeves and take a shot of the new Pfizer jab, which is 95 per cent effective.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said people should not be afraid of getting vaccinated, and that people objecting to having the jab are ‘totally wrong’.
Speaking at the vaccination centre at Guy’s Hospital in London on Tuesday, he said: ‘To all those who are scared of getting vaccinated – don’t be. You have seen Lyn Wheeler)take it, you have seen people take the vaccine this morning in large numbers. There’s nothing to be nervous about.’
He added: ‘What I would say is that there are those obviously who feel that a vaccine is something they object to politically or for ideological reasons. I think they are totally wrong. It’s safe, it’s the right thing to do, it’s good for you and it’s good for the whole country.’ READ MORE
Matt Hancock Gets Emotional as the First COVID Vaccine Is Administered | Good Morning Britain
Matt Hancock spoke to Piers and Susanna on the day the first Pfizer vaccine was administered to members of the public at University Hospital, Coventry. After watching the moment a gentleman name William Shakespeare spoke about receiving the coronavirus vaccine, the Health Secretary could be seen wiping away tears.
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