Candlelight vigils around the world to remember the victims of the COVID-19 vaccine

Candlelight vigils around the world to remember the victims of the COVID-19 vaccine

Sunday, December 10, at 5 PM

To honor the memory of those injured or killed by the COVID-19 vaccine, we are now calling on people all over the world to make December 10th the Day of the COVID-19 Vaccine Victims.

Nobel Prize Protest Committee

We propose that people gather in a central location and then, with torches, funeral candles and flowers to hold a candlelight vigil and memorial ceremony for all those who have been injured or died. In Sweden we will hold the candelight vigil at 17.00 as a symbol for the 17 million people who are now estimated to to have died from the COVID-19 vaccine. The Nobel Prize in Medicine for those who have developed part of the mRNA technology will also be awarded at this point in time in Stockholm.

Candlelight Vigils Around the World at December 10


Take action: Organize your own candlelight vigil in your city

Please complete the organizer’s form provided. Once submitted and approved by our team, a dedicated page for your event will be created and featured here.

Spread the Candlelight Vigils in social media

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4 responses to “Candlelight vigils around the world to remember the victims of the COVID-19 vaccine”

  1. jane Avatar
    jane

    Just thank you.

  2. Kevin61 Avatar
    Kevin61

    Shall God Almighty shine His love with truth. Shall God Almighty comfort the victims and their families, and recompense the wicked behind this genocide!

  3. paula s tytlar Avatar
    paula s tytlar

    thank you for the work you do for humanity

  4. Lawrence Avatar
    Lawrence

    My apologies to everyone in advance since I cannot understand the language in this page very well. I will click on the link to the demonstration in Columbia, South Carolina for more information. It seems incredible to me that in a country as large as USA that there is only one demonstration.