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Candlelight vigils held in honor of vaccine victims

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Published 10 December 2023
- By Editorial Staff
Light events are organized in several cities on Sunday.

Several candlelight vigils and memorials will be held in Sweden today to commemorate those who have died, been injured or suffered adverse effects from covid vaccinations. They are also protesting the award of this year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine to the researchers behind the mRNA vaccine technology.

The Nobel Prize protest committee, which includes representatives of the Doctors’ appeal, the Nurses appeal and the MoD Party (“mod” means “courage” in Swedish), is calling for actions in the form of “global candlelight vigils and memorials”, and announces that such events will be organized in Gothenburg, Stockholm and outside the Norwegian Prime Minister’s residence in Oslo.

Participants are also asked to bring torches, funeral candles, flowers “and possibly a symbolic coffin to honor the deceased and injured”. Those who are unable to attend are encouraged to organize their own candlelight vigils in their homes and share them on social media.

“As of November 2, 2023, Läkemedelsverket, the Swedish Medical Products Agency has received over 100,000 reports of suspected adverse reactions to the covid vaccines. Among these, 436 reports relate to deaths and 13,022 people with suspected serious adverse reactions after covid vaccination. The latter figure is based on the Swedish Medical Products Agency’s review of 98.5% of all reports”, the report continues, stating that the number of unreported serious side effects is probably large.

“Memorial day for victims”

– We urge people from all over the world to organize their own candle ceremonies to protest against this year’s Nobel Prize nominations for the scientists who have invented parts of the mRNA technology, says MoD party leader Andreas Sidqvist.

The commemorations at Gustav Adolfs torg in Gothenburg and Mynttorget in Stockholm will take place at 17:00 on Sunday.

Although this year’s event will take place on 10 December, the Nobel Prize protest committee is proposing that 8 December be made “the international day of remembrance of the victims of the covid vaccines … as it was the day when the first person officially received the first dose of the conditionally approved covid vaccine in the world”.

The 2023 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine goes to Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman “for their discoveries concerning nucleoside base modifications that enabled the development of effective mRNA vaccines against covid-19”. This prize will also be awarded today on December 10.

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