Piers Morgan has released an article claiming the Covid-19 vaccine saved his life after he allegedly developed Covid-19 after the Euro 2020 football final. However, evidence on Piers Morgan’s social media accounts show that his mother has been staying with him in his country home whilst he has allegedly had Covid-19 and even delivered him breakfast.
We’ve told you since day one that the Covid-19 vaccines cannot stop you getting it and cannot stop you spreading it. The evidence to support this is now overwhelming, and it proves that the Government’s plan to bring in a vaccine passport and refuse to accept a negative test result for entry into venues has absolutely nothing to do with a virus, and everything to do with control.
The evidence also shows that the risk of hospitalisation and death due to Covid-19 increases if you have had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine according to the latest Public Health England report.
This means Piers Morgan’s claims that the Covid-19 vaccine saved his life are unfounded, and almost certainly propaganda paid for by the authorities.
In November 2020, Piers Morgan said on Twitter that “Covid-19 doesn’t give a flying f*ck about Christmas. If we have to make compromises this year, so be it.”
Piers then said, on Good Morning Britain alongside Lorraine Kelly, that the British public should “suck it up” and accept families cannot celebrate Christmas together because of Covid-19.
So perhaps Piers can explain why during the time he has allegedly been suffering with Covid-19 he has enjoyed a leisurely few weeks with his wife and daughter at his country home in Newick, Sussex, and invited his mum to stay part way through his alleged illness?
Piers claims in his article that on Tuesday July 13th he started to come down with a fever and suffered sneezing fits. By Thursday July 15th he claims he received a positive test result for Covid-19.