EastEnders’ Patsy Palmer goes on rant about Indian variant as she mocks US Covid doctor

EX EastEnders star Patsy Palmer has ranted about the Indian coronavirus variant as she mocked US doctor Anthony Fauci in shocking social media posts.

The 49-year-old actress also spoke out against children being vaccinated, with the mother-of-four currently living in Malibu in America.

Mocking the developing new strains of life-threatening coronavirus, Patsy wrote on her Instagram Story: "So sorry to hear the Indian variant that changed to Delta 457898654566 has now mutated into the Yorkshire variant and you will need to be poked every week for the rest of your life."

She bizarrely continued: "But you will never be allowed out unless you eat all your roast potatoes, and if you use gravy you will have to get on a train to a quarantine camp for 80 days until Fauci tells you you are safe.

"He will be available for phone calls only."

Patsy later shared a video of a debate about giving children the vaccine, with the clip saying that the US is "rushing into giving children this experimental vaccine that we don't know what it's going to do in the long term".

Alongside the video, the star wrote: "As a parent I have to share this. This is not ok!!!! It's never been ok and never should be ok! This goes way past arguing about individual choices as adults. Surely we can stand together on this."

In another lengthy post, Patsy ranted: "We have all kinds of police now. We have the 'don't have your own views' police, we have the 'mask police' [supermarket staff usually aged 16].

"We have the 'restaurant take out' police [aged 16], we have the 'hike' police [mask awareness in open spaces with no-one else around], we have the 'social media grammar & spelling' police.

"We have the 'anyone that wanted a career in the force that now thinks they have the right to tell complete strangers what to do'. We then have the rebel people in authority telling kids that not talking to strangers is obviously so last season.

"In fact, let strangers give you medical experiments, kids, without telling your parents. These are the most confusing type of police. They were supposed to be protecting our children from harm.

"Who do we go to for help with this crime?"

There is no evidence that children are being vaccinated without their parents' permission.

Experts on the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) are yet to decide whether it is necessary to jab kids and teens.

Trials found both the Pfizer and Moderna jabs were 100 per cent effective at preventing Covid illness in 12 to 15-year-olds.

Johnson & Johnson is testing on those aged 12-18 while trials on kids aged between six months and 11-year-old's are also being held by Moderna and Pfizer.

The most common side-effects in children aged 12 to 15 are similar to those in people aged 16 and over, the Pfizer study showed.

They include pain at the injection site, tiredness, headache, muscle and joint pain, chills and fever.

Covid vaccine side effects

One in ten people will experience side effects after having a Covid jab – but it is safe

The most common Covid vaccine side effects are flu-like symptoms, tiredness and a headache.

A safety report published by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency found people also suffered with arm pain and fever.

They revealed most people had "mild and short lasting" side effects in line with "a normal immune response to vaccines – including a sore arm and fatigue".

More than 10 million Brits have now had their first dose of Covid vaccination.

In total, there have been 22,820 reports of suspected side effects logged up to January 24.

According to the medicines watchdog 143 Brits died shortly after having their Covid jab. But the MHRA say vaccines are “safe” and didn't play a role in the deaths.

These effects are usually mild or moderate and improve within a few days.

After the astonishing results from Pfizer in March, the UK’s medicine regulator the MHRA authorised the jab in kids aged 12 to 15 last week.

Moderna has also applied for authorisation for its jab to be used in those aged 12 to 17.

The UK's vaccination programme has been world beating, with more than 40% of adults receiving both jabs, and more than 60 million doses administered since December.

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