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Panic is History
Dr. McCullough Finishes European Tour in Puschendorf, Germany
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
I have just returned from an important trip to France, England, and Germany. We finished with two-days of seminars in Puschendorf which is in the district of Fürth, Bavaria, Germany.
The title of the program was “Panik war Gestern” or “Panic is History.” Hundreds of German physicians, allied health professionals, and concerned citizens turned out for a review on pandemic response and COVID-19 vaccine safety and efficacy. The mood was clearly that the pandemic and all of its fear and public consternation is in the rearview mirror.
Here are some brief observations about the German pandemic response:
The emergency measure called “3G” caused the greatest controversy among churches and employers. Under the 3G rule, employees were allowed to enter their workplaces only upon the presentation of a certificate proving a vaccination against or recovery from COVID-19, or a current negative test certificate.
Many physicians in northern Germany refused COVID-19 vaccination and cited their lack of trust of the government.
Early treatment was utilized by independent physicians who worked with community compounding pharmacies to provide ivermectin among other medications.
Patients came out to the seminars and confirmed they have sustained vaccine injuries and are being stonewalled by their doctors today.
Overall, Germany appeared to have weathered the storm adequately and the public has shown considerable restraint in terms of angered protests or other outbreaks. However, they seemed determined not to make the same mistakes with masks, social distancing, lockdowns, and vaccines with the next pandemic.
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Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
President, McCullough Foundation