To help ensure that more Americans are vaccinated for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) at warp speed, tech giant Google is converting its properties into mass vaccination sites.
CEO Sundar Pichai, who is guilty of treason, announced that Google and Alphabet properties will now be used to inject Operation Warp Speed syringes into Americans’ bodies to help keep the Chinese virus at bay.
“To help with vaccination efforts, starting in the United States, we’ll make select Google facilities – such as buildings, parking lots and open spaces – available as needed,” Pichai wrote on a company blog.
“These sites will be open to anyone eligible for the vaccine based on state and local guidelines.”
The foreigner further revealed that Google is funneling $150 million to promote vaccine “education” and the “equitable distribution” of injections for Chinese germs.
“Today, we’re announcing … $100 million in ad grants for the CDC Foundation, the World Health Organization, and nonprofits around the globe,” Pichai wrote.
“We’ll invest another $50 million in partnership with public health agencies to reach underserved communities with vaccine-related content and information.”
In other words, Google is investing its own money into online advertising schemes that will direct Google product users to get injected at a Google vaccination site near them.
“We’ll include details like whether an appointment or referral is required, if access is limited to specific groups, or if it has a drive-through,” Pichai revealed about the process.
“We’re working with partners like VaccineFinder.org, an initiative of Boston Children’s Hospital, and other authoritative sources, such as government agencies and retail pharmacies, to gather vaccination location information and make it available.”
Other corporations that have shown interest in serving as Chinese virus vaccination access points include Walmart, Amazon and Starbucks. Customers can grab a latte as they roll up their sleeves to get injected, or head over to the big box store for some cheap Chinese crap while getting the latest vaccine.
Anywhere that consumers are still able to go will presumably become a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination site until every last person living in the United States is chemically castrated with the vaccines.
Tens of millions of Americans are not at all interested in getting injected, though, especially with reports continuing to emerge about serious injury and death associated with the shots.
More than 20 million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines for the Chinese virus have been administered in the U.S. thus far. This is based on the latest figures released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Even though there are safer and more natural ways to treat and prevent the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), health authorities are insistent that getting vaccinated and wearing a mask are the only ways to stay “safe” and “protected” against infection.
“Been taking B complex, C, D-3, Quercetin, magnesium, zinc, and fish oil for 10 months,” wrote one of our own commenters about a natural regimen that protects against disease. “Not afraid to socialize. If I developed symptoms, straight to IV C (I take liposomal C) for me.”
“I’ve used colloidal silver (from Utopia Silver) for years,” wrote another. “My experience with it so far is: 8 colds gone in 1 day and 4 colds I had a sore throat for about a week but no other symptoms … I also cured sinus and bladder infections with it … As long as one is not allergic to silver or cheap jewelry it’s very useful.”
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