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UPDATE: New Zealand assumes guardianship of transplant baby whose parents...

•, by: Ethan Huff

The situation with Will Savage-Reeves, the New Zealand baby boy whose parents requested an unvaccinated blood transplant as part of a critical surgery he needs, has taken a turn for the worse, we are sad to report.

A high court judge has reportedly sided with health officials who insist that baby Will should receive a transfusion of "vaccinated blood" against his parents' wishes. That same judge has granted the New Zealand health system, known as Te Whatu Ora, full control in the form of guardianship over baby Will.

This means that baby Will is now scheduled to receive the surgery with whatever blood Starship Children's Health Hospital chooses to give him, even if it is tainted with messenger RNA (mRNA), spike proteins, and other jab chemicals.

"A guardianship of a child takes away the parents' right to make decisions about their child's life," one report explains about how the process works.

The change of guardianship application presented before the Auckland High Court cites the Care of Children Act as precedent for the judge's decision, which was made swiftly against baby Will's parents. (Related: Check out our earlier coverage for more back story about baby Will.)

After previously stating in an interview with Liz Gunn, a broadcaster from New Zealand, that baby Will requires surgery "very immediately" for a severe pulmonary valve stenosis, they have since indicated that the child "is not scheduled for his operation."

"He's in stable condition," said Cole, baby Will's father.