Italy Holds “March of the Vaccine Dead” to Commemorate those Who Died from The COVID-19 Vaccines

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Source: Jim Hoft

Hundreds of people in Parma, Italy attended the “March of the Vaccine Dead”  last week to remember those people who died from the experimental COVID-19 vaccines.

Protesters were marching on the street with photos of their loved ones who were killed by the COVID-19 vaccines. It looks like hundreds were killed after vaccination, which is mandatory for working Italians.

The Covid World reported:

Last weekend, a group numbering in the hundreds staged a mourning march in Parma, Italy to commemorate those who have died as a result of the COVID-19 vaccine. The marchers held up pictures of the dead as they moved in solemn procession through central Parma, chanting the names of those lost to the experimental vaccines.

This kind of vigil seems to be spreading across the world. On November 20th, relatives of the vaccine dead held a vigil in South Korea where they shaved their heads in mourning for their lost loved ones and begged for answers from government officials.

Read more here.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that the official European Union database of suspected drug reaction websites is now reporting 30,551 fatalities and 1,163,356 adverse drug reactions from COVID vaccines Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca through November 13, 2021, based on the data submitted to its system.

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