Dr. Witold Rogiewicz: Polish Doctor Who Mocked “Anti-Vaxxers” While Getting Pfizer mRNA Injection on Camera Dead Two Weeks Later

Dr. Witold Rogiewicz: Polish Doctor Who Mocked “Anti-Vaxxers” While Getting Pfizer mRNA Injection on Camera Dead Two Weeks Later

By The COVID Blog


Dr. Witold Rogiewicz

WARSAW, POLAND — A Polish doctor participated in the trendy “vaccine on camera” phenomenon on or around January 29. He was dead a couple weeks later.

Dr. Witold Rogiewicz did what many others are doing in the era of COVID-19. He rolled up his sleeve and proudly gloated about receiving the second dose of the experimental Pfizer mRNA shot on camera. He shared the video on social media.

At least three million Polish citizens have received the Pfizer, Moderna or Oxford/Astra Zeneca shots as of March 3, according to Reuters. Dr. Rogiewicz not only got the jab on camera, but also decided to mock and insult everyone with a healthy skepticism related to the experimental shots.

The original video was removed from Youtube. But here it is published on Rumble.

 

A rough Polish-to-English translation of the video reads as follows:

Vaccinate yourself to protect yourself, your loved ones, friends and also patients. And to mention quickly I have info for anti-vaxxers and anti-coviders if you want to contact Bill Gates you can do this through me. I can also provide for you from my organism the 5G network. I am sorry I hadn’t spoke for a bit but I was just getting autism.

His attempt at humor was well-received by Youtube commenters before the video was removed. We’re neither going to dignify his comments with elaboration, nor add insult to ultimate injury. But the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper in Warsaw reported that Dr. Rogiewicz died on or around February 15.

Original source: https://thecovidblog.com/2021/03/11/polish-doctor-who-mocked-anti-vaxxers-while-getting-inoculation-on-camera-dead-two-weeks-later/

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