Paris-based journalist Rachel Marsden has mentioned she was denied entry into her home nation, Canada as a result of she acquired immunity towards Covid-19 ‘naturally’ slightly than by means of man-made vaccine, about which a lot continues to be to be realized.
“I went home to visit my mother. Canada tried to force me into a Covid detention facility threatening fines and police action as they don’t recognise my natural immunity. I had no choice but to immediately fly back to Europe,” she mentioned in a press release to RT.
She mentioned her nation’s officers kicked her out as a result of she dedicated the obvious violation of making an attempt to re-enter Canada with proof of naturally acquired Covid-19 antibodies “made by my own immune system post-recovery rather than those generated by the man-made Covid-19 vaccine”.
“Daily life for a Covid-19 survivor with natural immunity from the disease is not for the faint of heart,” she added.
Rachel went on to say that her physician suggested her towards taking Covid-19 vaccine shot with a high-level of laboratory examined antibodies whose ranges she mentioned have but to drop even after a number of months post-illness.
“To protect and preserve my acquired immunity by opting out of vaccination that risks interfering with it or causing a risk to my health, France now requires me to succumb to nasal swab antigen tests every 48 hours if I wish to continue accessing everyday venues like public transit, gyms, restaurants, some shopping malls, and bars. But it’s a price that I’m willing to pay for my health.”
The journalist mentioned she was not paying one other value for selecting to guard her well being by dealing with “internment” by the Canadian authorities.
Narrating her ordeal, Racher mentioned she tried to return home from Paris to Vancouver, she was handled worse than a felony.
“I arrived at the airport with a negative PCR test, two positive Covid antibody tests from March and July proving that I still had significant Covid antibodies post-recovery, and a ‘Covid immunity certificate’ written and signed by my French doctor to confirm this fact.”
The Canadian border officer refused to simply accept the antibody laboratory check outcomes as proof that she had recovered and was immune from Covid. Instead, he ordered her to join a three-day keep at a authorities internment facility, adopted by a compulsory and monitored 14-day home isolation.
She was then left with no possibility however to e-book a return flight to Paris a price of simply over $1,500 – almost $500 cheaper than the federal government internment.