Insanely insane! Reports from anti-vaxxers ‘Attempted murder,’ according to Covid.

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Insanely insane! Reports from anti-vaxxers ‘Attempted murder,’ according to Covid.

AN ANTI-VAXXER reportedly went to a police department’s headquarters to report the Covid vaccine as “attempted murder.”

Chief Superintendent Steve Graham of West Midlands Police said his officers advised the individual who filed the complaint that “what he said did not constitute a crime.” The incident occurred during anti-vaccine rallies earlier this month, according to the senior officer, who spoke at a Birmingham City Council meeting.

“We had the latest anti-vaccination rally in Birmingham city centre at the weekend,” Chief Superintendent Graham told the local Covid outbreak engagement board earlier.

“It got to the point that a deputation tried to go to Lloyd House to report an attempted murder using the Covid vaccine as the reason of death.”

“Yes, chair, you are free to chuckle.”

Birmingham Live stated that throughout the online meeting, chair and city council leader Councillor Ian Ward could be seen shaking his head and smiling.

Chief Superintendent Graham then offered NHS Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) deputy chief executive Karen Helliwell police support for the vaccine’s ongoing roll-out.

“It’s really good to get that support for the employees as well in terms of some quite hard situations,” Ms Helliwell said.

“We had some right from the start of the program going back in time, and we’ve put in place very tight policies now about supporting workers and providing security if they need it.”

“I’m not sure if we’ve had any challenges in the last week, but we’ve certainly learned a lot over the last year and a half in terms of making sure we’re ready.”

The booster program, according to the meeting, has now begun in all of the CCG’s service areas.

Another component that has recently been initiated is the immunization of 12 to 15-year-olds, which will be carried out by community teams.

“Two very key areas that have started over the last month,” Ms Helliwell added.

The NHS has indicated that reports of major side effects from the Covid vaccinations, such as heart inflammation, allergic responses, and blood clotting, are extremely rare.

“A group was at the public contact office, Lloyd House on Saturday afternoon (October 2) and a man did wish to report the Covid vaccination as attempted murder, alleging that it was being administered to youngsters against their will,” a West Midlands spokesperson stated.

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