A man under false names was vaccinated against coronavirus 10 times a day
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An unusual way of earning money was invented by a resident of New Zealand: he did vaccinations for other people who paid him money. However, he risked not only his health, because he ended up under investigation.
New Zealand authorities are investigating information that a resident of the country received ten doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in one day on behalf of different people. It is assumed that they paid the man in order to circumvent the restrictions for the unvaccinated.
New Zealand has a simplified vaccination system against covid. The vaccine can be ordered through the official website, from a doctor or contact one of the patient reception centers in person.
To get vaccinated, you only need to tell the health worker your name, date of birth and physical address — no additional identification is required. This system greatly simplifies access to the vaccine, but at the same time allows opponents of vaccination to easily circumvent restrictions.
The New Zealander, who has not been named, visited several immunization centers during the day to get vaccinated. It is difficult for doctors to predict what will happen to a person after 10 vaccinations.
According to immunologist Graham Le Gros, a man who has had ten vaccinations is unlikely to suffer much: the maximum that threatens him is fever and headaches the next day. Despite the huge dose of the vaccine, he did not receive one hundred percent immunity from COVID-19, experts say.