The United States government is rolling out one of the largest vaccination campaigns in history. Millions of Americans are expected to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in the coming months. But many are skeptical of a vaccine that was rushed to market with limited trials. Is this thing safe?
Some Americans refuse vaccination
Officials warn the vaccination process will likely take two doses of the drug, separated by about one month.
The U.S. government says it will issue a vaccine card and use other tools to help people follow through with their immunizations.
Good Lord, how creepy. “We’ve set up everything in a draconian process, where when we sent out the ancillary kits which have needles and syringes, we’ve included paper cards to be filled out and given to the individuals, reminding them of their next vaccine due date,” Army General Gustave Perna, Warp Speed’s chief operating officer, said at a briefing Wednesday. “People who receive the vaccine cards will be encouraged to take a photo of them or keep them in their wallet.”
This sounds like Nazi Germany. Will police be stopping people on the streets and demanding to see their vaccine cards?
Many Americans are wondering if these shots will be made mandatory. For example, could airlines restrict you from flying unless you’ve had your shots?
Can schools block children from attending class unless they’ve had their shots?
Will grocery stores refuse entry to people who don’t have their vaccine card? This is all very troubling to think about.
The ID cards will have the person’s name, date of birth, date the shot was given as well as the manufacturer of the drug. Dr. Moncef Slaoui, Warp Speed’s chief adviser, said “It will be very important for all Americans who get the Moderna or the Pfizer vaccine to have their first vaccine dose and then come back either three or four weeks later to get their second vaccine dose to complete the immunization schedule.”
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Officials are also considering sending out text messages to citizens, reminding them to come back for their second dose. “We have capability and capacity to send second-dose messages out only if and when it’s in collaboration with the states’ laws and regulations and policies. And we’re doing our best to capture everybody to ensure that they get their second dose,” Slaoui added. Capture? That is a strange choice of words there Dr.
Bill Gates recently said the vaccines won’t be very effective. “Even if the first two or three vaccines are approved, their effectiveness in terms of preventing you from getting sick and not transmitting may not be perfect,” explained the billionaire.
He also thinks 70% of the world’s population must be vaccinated with his vaccine at $3 a pop. You can do the math on that business deal. Gates said despite the vaccine, as long as the virus exists there will be possibility of infection. Are these people for real?
Bill Gates is neither a doctor or an elected official.
But he’s ready to work with the Biden administration to shoot his drugs into the veins of millions of Americans while be makes a few billion bucks. In a recent tweet Gates said, “I look forward to working with the new administration and leaders on both sides in Congress on getting the surging pandemic under control, engaging partners around the world on issues like poverty and climate change, and addressing issues of inequality and opportunity at home.” Will you get your vaccination?