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Two-Thirds of Antarctica Station Team Get COVID Despite Being Fully Vaxxed, Passing Tests, Quarantining, Living Miles from Civilization

Incredible. A major ‘outbreak’ of COVID takes place in the remotest of locations – despite very strict health precautions taken by this research team on their way to the South Pole.

What conclusions can we draw from this latest vignette? What exactly is the PCR Test picking up?


Jerusalem Post reports…
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A coronavirus outbreak has  hit one of the world’s most remote regions, with two-thirds of the 25 workers at the Belgian Princess Elisabeth Polar Station in Antarctica having caught the virus since mid-December, according to the Le Soir magazine.

All of the employees at the station are in light condition and all were vaccinated with at least two doses of the coronavirus vaccine.

The first case was detected on December 13, with three infections. Although the three were evacuated on December 23, the virus spread throughout the station. It is equipped with two emergency physicians and all the necessary equipment on hand to treat the disease caused by the virus, as well as the ability to analyze PCR tests.

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Entry to the station has been blocked until the numbers begin to drop, according to Le Soir. A virologist consulted by the Belgian Polar Secretariat stated that the outbreak was likely caused by the Omicron variant, as it was the most common variant in South Africa, the last stopover before Antarctica.

The outbreak took place despite very strict health cautions taken by the crew on their way to Antarctica.

The researchers who are at the station currently had to undergo a PCR test in Belgium two hours before leaving for South Africa and then another PCR test five days after arriving in Cape Town, as well as ten days of quarantine. After quarantine, the workers had to undergo PCR test before leaving, followed by yet another test five days after they arrived in Antarctica…

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