Fully Vaccinated Latvian President Infected with the CCP Virus

Translated by: MOS Finesse Team – Gloria

The chief of staff of the President of Latvia announced on October 14 that President Egils Levits unfortunately was infected with COVID-19 even he had been fully vaccinated against the CCP virus, i.e., COVID-19.  After Pres. Levits returned from his visit to Denmark and Sweden, he was screened by PCR and the result came out positive.  Finnish President Sauli Niinistö had lunch meeting with Pres. Levits the day before, and the news forced Niinistö into quarantine himself.

President of Latvia Egils Levits seen giving a speech (Background: national flags of Latvia)

Latvia, a nation with a population of 1.9 million, reported 2408 new COVID cases on the same day, a record high for single-day.  The unsettling trend of the surge in COVID cases appears to be correlated with the increase in vaccination in previous months.  In response to the surge, the small Baltic state already declared a three-month long state of emergency on the 11th.

The CDC, which enforces the dubious COVID vaccine injection program, was previously very dissatisfied with the stagnation in Latvia’s vaccination rate.  All governments in the world have been pushing Covid vaccination mandates since August 2021. Much to their surprise, as more and more people are gradually awakening about the truths behind the so-called vaccines, the draconian measures have been met with fierce resistance from the people, leading to continued accumulation of vaccine stockpiles.

(The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author only)

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