December 30, 2020
On December 9, the US war department announced its “distribution plan” for covid mass-vaxxing.
Service members to be vaxxed include active duty personnel — including National Guard troops — their family members, war department civilian personnel and their families.
“Distribution will be conducted in phases,” it was announced.
US forces in South Korea — including military and civilian healthcare personnel — will be vaxxed first with Moderna’s high-risk, inadequately tested, experimental vaccine.
Like Pfizer’s entry into the covid mass-vaxxing sweepstakes, Moderna’s vaccine in NOT approved by the FDA.
Editor’s Note: For at least a century there has been skepticism expressed concerning the US military’s then-new mandatory vaccination program, as noted in this 1920 study and petition to the US Executive Branch, Horrors of Vaccination: Exposed and Illustrated.
Both were given Emergency Authorization Use (EAU) green-lighting for widespread mass-vaxxing — despite the high-risk of what the CDC calls an “health impact event” or an “adverse event.”
Either may require medical treatment for what’s potentially life-threatening like anaphylaxis — or any one or more major illnesses that can cause death like heart disease and cancer.
In five days after US mass-vaxxing began on December 14, over 5,000 “health impact events” were reported.