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elgringuito
1/31/2021 17:41 EST

Hi all. Greetings from southern Chile.

How is the Coronavirus situation in Peru? Has it had a big impact? Or not as big?

Someone sent me a post about a Peruvian court that indicted Bill Gates, George Soros, the Rockefellers, etc., saying that they created the pandemic...

https://www.lavoz.com.ar/mundo/fallo-de-un-tribunal-peruano-pandemia-fue-creada-por-bill-gates-george-soros-y-familia-rockefe

Then there was another post that the judges in question would be called into question for irregularities...

https://as.com/diarioas/2021/01/12/actualidad/1610447080_237600.html

May I please ask, has this gotten a lot of attention inside of Peru? And how are the people looking at this?

Also, is the government of Peru planning to vaccinate 100% of the population? Or are they aiming for herd immunity (80%)?

Thanks for any pointers or tips. I hope you all have a wonderful day.

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