Chicago Health Commissioner: A Mass Vaccination Campaign is Underway

share what you know image eraoflightdotcomDuring a recent press conference, the Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health, Allison Arwady, commented on a city mass vaccination campaign, which she says is already well underway.

Chicago has a definite plan, has chosen the locations to vaccinate the public, and has even already purchased syringes.

“…and then finally we’ll be moving towards this mass vaccination campaign, continuing to follow, and I want you to know, the CDPH is already deep in the planning stages around vaccination. We’ve already bought the syringes. We already know where it’s going to happen. We’re thinking about what that’s going to be. It’s all part of this plan.” ~ Allison Arwady, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health

Arwady has become a reliable face for Chicagoans during the pandemic, frequently appearing alongside Mayor Lori Lightfoot, and regularly hosting live question and answer sessions on Chicago Public Health’s social media pages. She was also recently interviewed by local media and when asked about plans for re-opening, did not mention the vaccination campaign.

Arwady appears to be very enthusiastic about the vaccine campaign, which is also no surprise, as the general tenor of the growing vaccine conversation is very much matter-of-fact, as though there is no controversy or debate about whether a vaccine is necessary or even safe.

At present there is not a vaccine for Covid-19, and many sources have already reported on mutations of the virus, which is one reason why a vaccine for Covid-19 may not even be possible.

Potential vaccines are being rushed through production and trials as quickly as possible, which will likely lead to the rollout of a vaccine that has not been adequately proven safe or effective.

Furthermore, whichever pharmaceutical company wins the race to create a vaccine will instantly become insanely rich, as the plan appears to be to vaccinate ‘7 billion healthy people.’

Given these circumstances, having concerns about taking a Covid-19 vaccine are justifiable, but the really big questions about this are going unasked and unanswered.

Will the vaccine be mandatory?

If so, how will it be physically enforced on those who want to opt out?

Will the right to work, go to school, worship, shop, travel, drive, and so on, become state-granted privileges dependent on certification of vaccination?

The answers to these questions could profoundly change the world we live in.

Here’s the clip of Arwady:

Chicago is among the largest cities in the U.S., therefore it is assured that other major cities are doing the same, so this really should come as no surprise. It does, however, dismiss all doubt that the mass vaccination campaigns are already in progress, indicating that government is fully invested in a vaccine as the solution to the pandemic problem.

» Source » By Alex Pietrowski

4 Replies to “Chicago Health Commissioner: A Mass Vaccination Campaign is Underway”

  1. TeeLight

    This used to scare me to death as vaccine injuries led to a life of sickness and pain.
    The huge vaccination push is the only viable reason for this imprisonment.
    All the plans of our rulers and owners are falling apart, this will be no different.
    I’ve been shown that this plan will backfire, the very people pushing and enabling the dark will be the ones to succumb to the ill effects.
    Fighting nature will never bring health.

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  2. Karen

    It’s here where I hope people will be smart. Trump has not even mentioned a vaccine being available. This is a chip. The people that line up for this and get it will definitely regret it. I don’t care what these people say, whatever they are offering does not belong in our body. I feel sorry for anyone who would try and force a needle at my arm. They will loose their life over it.

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  3. For Entertainment Purposes Only

    Any information based in fear, and promoting fear, is incomplete. Not all is as it seems.

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