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Free Entry to Sydney Royal Easter Show for Vaccinated Children Only

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Australia is normalizing a two-tiered society for innocent children based on COVID-19 inoculation status.

New South Wales Health promoted the annual Sydney Royal Easter Show on their Instagram page.

Heading to the Sydney Royal Easter Show with the family? Kids aged 5-11 get a FREE ticket when they get vaccinated at the Sydney Olympic Park Vaccination Centre!

5-11-year-olds who get vaccinated at the Sydney Olympic Park Vaccination Centre between 1-18 April 2022 will receive a free children’s ticket for use at any time during the show (8-19 April 2022 subject to ticket availability).

Enjoy agricultural competitions, animal experiences, entertainment, carnival fun, shopping and much more with the whole fam!

You can book a paediatric Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccination appointment at the Sydney Olympic Park hub, or just walk-in.

Even though COVID-19 in children is often milder than in adults, it can still cause serious illness. Protecting your kids means helping to protect the rest your family, friends, and your community.

Winter is coming, so now is the best time to get up to date with your family’s COVID-19 vaccinations.

The New South Wales government bribes parents to inoculate their children and segregates the event by giving vaccinated kids free tickets.

Unvaccinated children don’t receive the same benefits as their vaccinated peers.

And medical tyrants offer to inoculate children on the spot after bribing parents with free tickets.

While the NSW Health promotion recognizes COVID-19 is milder in children, they still push propaganda by saying the experimental injection offers them protection.

It’s a sickening world Australia is building for the youth of their country, and parents must take action to defeat medical segregation.

Caldron Pool writer Evelyn Rae shared her thoughts:

From Caldron Pool:

Sydney Local Health District Chief Executive Dr Teresa Anderson described the promotion as a “fantastic way for families to protect their children and the broader community against COVID-19, while saving money and having a great family day out at one of Sydney’s biggest events.”

The announcement comes the same week the Federal Government revealed children aged under four years old will be added to Australia’s vaccine injury compensation claims scheme.

Health Minister Greg Hunt said in a media release on Tuesday that the Australian government is investing $690.4 million into the nation’s vaccination program to ensure it continues until the end of the year and as preparation “should medical advice recommend additional population groups be vaccinated, such as children aged zero to four years.” revealed that what wasn’t mentioned in Hunt’s press release, but “quietly noted in budget papers,” was the government’s plan to extend the vaccine claims scheme “to include children aged zero to four years and fourth doses for priority cohorts to access compensation for claims related to the administration of Therapeutic Goods Administration approved Covid-19 vaccines.”

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