Hundreds of CDC employees still haven't gotten the Covid jab. Why not?
· May 2, 2022 ·

Well this is interesting:

Yes, it looks like nearly 400 CDC employees remain unvaccinated against Covid. This is despite the fact that the CDC highly recommends—because of science—a double-Moderna, plus a Pfizer booster a few months later, and another one a couple months down the road, and then after that another, continuing on and on until the end of time or the point where we run out of boosters (whichever comes first).

This shot is serious stuff! (Praise Fauci)

But not to the 391 CDC employees who refused it.

They don't care about saving the lives of others, now do they?

A total of 382 workers at the CDC are unvaccinated, Roger Andoh, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) officer at the agency, told The Epoch Times.

Another nine employees have just had one dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, meaning they also don't qualify as fully vaccinated per the CDC's guidelines.

It is interesting to think about though, right?

Sure, that's only 3.2% of the CDC's workforce, but I find it quite interesting that the organization which pushed this shot on us day in and day out for a whole year, assuring us that it was both safe and effective, and that it was basically our only way out of the pandemic—that organization, the CDC, only reached 96.8% vaccination among employees.


Well, I'm willing to bet that these 391 CDC employees, being on the inside, had access to a lot of information that you or I didn't. And then, because they are smart people, they decided against taking the experimental jab. But we'll never really know for sure, and all I can do here is speculate.

I'll be keeping a close eye on this come May 31, when President Biden's federal worker vaccine mandate goes into effect.

My guess is that these 391 peeps—none of whom have been granted exemptions—will be out, deuces, bye-bye.

But we shall see.

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