Alarm in the Netherlands for the appearance of a kit to get COVID-19 and immunize without resorting to the vaccine

The Dutch authorities have been forced to act to intervene an account on social networks that encouraged them to become infected with a ‘pack’ of infection, ensuring that, as a method of immunization, had fewer negative consequences than the COVID-19 vaccine injection. Through Twitter, this account promoted the campaign ‘Ha, ik wil Corona’ – ‘Yes, I want coronavirus’, translated into Spanish – to promote the purchase of a kit at 33.50 euros that they sent home.

This infection package included a bottle with a liquid that carried the virus and that, after being supplied, it would generate contagion. Along with this container, a series of instructions on how to use this mechanism, the symptoms of which would be visible between 2 and 14 days. In addition, it was added that “if during the installation of the crown kit there was no active change, a second crown kit can be used”. As if that were not enough, it was ensured that the virus received by the client “is not older than three months”, so that the user could be “sure it contains the latest mutations and variants.”

This has led the Government of the Netherlands to interrupt the website and social media account from which the creators of this initiative operated. Likewise, the Department of Health Inspection and Youth Care has launched a plan against this initiative, warning that “it is very dangerous to be intentionally infected because it puts your health and that of everyone around you at risk”, highlighting that You can “get very sick” with this method.

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The Netherlands is not exactly experiencing its best moments since the start of the pandemic. With a complicated epidemiological scenario, the country is suffering the worst wave of infections Since it began to be affected by this health crisis, therefore, without reaching the confinement of Austria, its Government has tried to reduce citizen mobility, for example by reducing hours in shops and hotels and prohibiting the presence of the public. at sporting events.

In this context, social protest for these measures is increasing. About thirty people were arrested this Sunday for provoking riots in different Dutch cities in protests over the restrictions applied by the pandemic, while the Police calls on parents to avoid putting their children’s “lives in danger”, after a third of those arrested the last days were less.

The tension reached a point of gravity such that the cities affected declared a municipal “emergency order”, that allows the police to act and impose restrictions to stop those groups of young people who were summoned by social networks to cause disturbances, launch fireworks, cause fires by burning cars, bikes and motorcycles, and throw stones and objects at the agents .

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