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TheCOVIDBlog.com
January 10, 2021

Mr. Mikel Marusu.

ANGELES CITY, PHILIPPINES — The Philippines vaccine mandate for all workers went into effect on December 1. And since that time, we’re literally receiving 2-3 emails per day from Filipinos reporting deaths and maimings of friends and family members. And sadly, many of the victims are virtue signaling on social media before succumbing to the lethal injections.

Mr. Mikel Marusu received his first Pfizer mRNA injection on October 13, according to his Facebook page. Like millions of others, he posted a photo of himself holding his vaccine card.

Mr. Marusu and his girlfriend, Ms. Ann Gutierrez Corpin, both received their second Pfizer mRNA injections on November 3, exactly three weeks after Mr. Marusu’s first shot. Ms. Corpin posted a photo that day of herself and Mr. Marusu, both masked, with the caption “fully vaxxed.”

Mr. Marusu celebrated his birthday four days later.

Everything seemed fine for the next several weeks. Mr. Marusu did a Facebook Live broadcast on December 4. He was preparing and cooking a meal with Ms. Corpin. He posted twice on Christmas Eve about his deceased father. Mr. Marusu’s last post came on December 28. He was playing a game called “Tongits Go.”

Ms. Corpin posted a photo of Mr. Marusu in the hospital the next day, December 29, at 11:17 p.m.. If the translations are accurate, the caption says something about bad karma.

Mr. Marusu passed away the next morning, December 30, eight weeks after the second injection.

From what we gathered from the comments, he had a sudden heart attack.

Drop in the bucket?

The sheer number of Philippines stories we’ve received via email is shocking to say the least. And most of them follow the same foregoing pattern.

Mr. Nico Buena.

Mr. Nico Buena is a 31-year-old also from Angeles City. He received his first Pfizer mRNA injection on July 24, and the second on September 6. Mr. Buena didn’t originally post the first injection photo on the day it happened. He posted both photos after the second injection.

He died of heart failure on December 29, about 15 weeks after the second injection.

We received a lengthy email from Stephanie in Mindanao. She requested her last name be withheld so to not be tracked and harassed by government. It sounds like the Philippines is in full Los Angeles/Australia dystopia.

Every place here now especially in Mindanao says you can’t travel without being vaccinated or showing a vaccination card. Even in small establishments they require it already, from schools, malls, Bus terminals and restaurants, you can’t ever enter these places without this card. I have an aunt who can’t travel in case of emergency because she doesn’t have this card so in order for her to travel to visit my grandma she should get vaccinated and even my nephews and nieces can’t even have their exams if they don’t get vaccinated too.

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Philippines state-run media reported that Tacurong City Mayor Angelo Montilla died of COVID-19 in June. Stephanie offered additional information.

He died because he got vaccinated. Based on what my people say, he has a niece working as a nurse in a hospital who warned him not to get it because she knows about it’s affects, she reminded him several times but sadly he didn’t listen, caved in and got it. He was on medications for different reasons, but only weeks after his jabs he died, but in the media, they ended up blaming Covid-19 for his death.

Ms. Steph Flores.

Then there is Ms. Steph Flores. The Makati resident received her first AstraZeneca viral vector DNA injection on July 27. It’s unclear if or when she received a second injection.

Other than reporting five days of acid reflux in August, everything seemed fine. In fact the foregoing photo of her was posted on December 17. Ms. Flores posted a New Year’s Eve update and a photo of herself with another person on New Year’s Day.

She passed away on January 2, just hours after posting said photo. Ms. Flores died of cardiac arrest, according to some of the comments in the thread.

The next update was a January 6 Facebook Live of Ms. Flores’ coffin in a hearse.

Duterte orders arrest of all non-vaxxed violating stay-at-home orders

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is doing his best Jacinda Ardern/Scott Morrison/Gavin Newsom impression, all in relative anonymity. Duterte released a pre-recorded message to Filipinos on Thursday.

He not only mandated that all non-vaxxed people stay-at-home indefinitely, but also ordered police to arrest any non-vaxxed person who violates the order. Duterte regurgitated Fauci talking points, saying he is appalled by everyone who has not received the lethal injections. “If you don’t get a jab you put everybody in jeopardy,” he said.

RELATED: Philippines officials: 24 deaths after Sinovac and AstraZeneca shots are “unrelated” (May 6, 2021)

 

The Philippines is the 13th-most populous country in the world, with 16% of them living in poverty. It also has the dubious distinction of being the only other country in the world, besides the United States, that has a for-profit cash bond system to get released from jail. Thus it won’t be surprising at all to see the Philippines population drop below 100 million by the end of 2023 (it’s about 110 million now) due to a combination of police state dystopia, poverty and useless healthcare.

Praying for Filipinos tonight. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.

 

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