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Barnes says make getting iffy jab ‘family event’

Becky Barnes says state law does not apply to her and that she can exercise discretion in so doing. (Photo department of health)

County government is boldly moving forward on a public fraud known as “Covid-19 pandemic” by pitching unapproved jabs for children and giving away CV-19 test kits to be used 3x a week.

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM

Becky Barnes, health department administrator, says children as young as 12 are “eligible” for the shots.

“Expanding Pfizer COVID-19 eligibility to everyone ages 12-15 is an exciting step in immunization efforts across the state,” says Mrs. Barnes. “We hope parents and guardians will make it a family event and bring the entire family to one of the many vaccination locations available in Hamilton County.”

The health department wants families to become vaccine central:

The CDC updated its clinical guidance for vaccine administration for all ages and COVID-19 vaccines can be given on the same day as other routine vaccines instead of waiting 14 days.

To keep the scare going, the department is giving out “free” so-called “test kits” for the CV-19 complex of conditions that are like the common cold or flu.

“Let’s take advantage of this opportunity and commit to testing 3 times per week for a healthier community,” Mayor Jim Coppinger says.

“This is a great opportunity for Hamilton County residents to have access to free, at-home rapid tests to help stop both symptomatic and  asymptomatic spread in our community,” says Dr. Fernando Urrego. “This is a chance for us to be an example for others to follow.”

The Tulis Report is 1 p.m. weekdays at NoogaRadio 92.7 FM.

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