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Virginia pharmacy is no longer allowed
to administer COVID-19 vaccines after
MORE THAN 100 children were given the
wrong dose

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Posted By: Ribicon, 11/11/2021 4:18:20 PM

A Virginia pharmacy will no longer be allowed to administer COVID-19 vaccines after mistakenly giving more than 100 children the wrong dose of the shot. Ted Pharmacy, in Loudon County—around 30 miles northwest of Washington D.C. = reportedly gave 112 children aged five to 11 doses of the vaccine meant for teens and adults. Younger children are meant to receive one-third the dosage and the vaccine comes packaged with an orange vial cap instead of a purple cap to help physicians distinguish between the two. Ted Pharmacy has lost its supply of the vaccine, and will no longer be allowed to distribute the shots, reported NBC Washington.


Pity the children with parents stupid enough to trust this science. Good thing the manufacturer bears no liability for the many side effects that are banned from being reported.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: bpl40 11/11/2021 4:26:02 PM (No. 974643)
WHY on earth are children 5 to 11 going for this immunological poison? ANY dose is the wrong dose!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: SnowQueen 11/11/2021 4:27:53 PM (No. 974645)
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Reply 3 - Posted by: danu 11/11/2021 4:45:35 PM (No. 974653)
Is this entire jurisdiction bucking for the title of ''Public Enemy #1'' ?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: dbdiva 11/11/2021 5:07:44 PM (No. 974668)
Loudon County again??? Seriously? Is it something in the water there? I pray the LORD protects these innocent kids from their woke, gullible parents; the parents are deluded if they believe they are acting in their children's best interest. I look for some serious buyers remorse in the future when it may be too late.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Come And Take It 11/11/2021 5:09:10 PM (No. 974670)
How much did Pfizer pay the pharmacy for their testing on unsuspecting children?
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Reply 6 - Posted by: skacmar 11/11/2021 5:26:10 PM (No. 974688)
Given their proximity to Washington DC, the people of Louden County probably think that they are way smarter and sophisticated than the people in "fly over country". From what I've seen and heard on the news lately, between the liberal idiocy, CRT, School Board issues, and other problems, they are not as smart and sophisticated as they think. Now this vaccine mess up. This is just the icing on the idiot cake.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Anti_democRAT 11/11/2021 6:12:33 PM (No. 974732)
I have no confidence in reporting today. Pfizer is probably getting ahead of a bad lot and adverse reactions resulting from it in loudin county.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: caljeepgirl 11/11/2021 6:26:09 PM (No. 974750)
It's pretty hard to confuse orange with purple,unless of course you're color-blind. I noticed those "Dilute Prior to Use" instructions on the vaccine packaging....I'd be worried about them skipping that step, too!!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: DVC 11/11/2021 7:43:47 PM (No. 974813)
I just heard from a MD/PhD research scientist friend in Ukraine. Her long time colleague, a male, about 80-82, I would estimate, recovered from the Wuhan virus, but decided to get the vaccination afterwards to avoid re-infection. A month after the second Pfizer shot he had a massive heart attack and died. She strongly recommends against these vaccinations, believes he would be alive today if he hadn't been talked into taking the Pfizer mRNA shots. She has successfully treated many Wuhan flu patients, including herself and her husband, both in their late 70s, with a protease inhibitor drug. She reports all of her patients, if treated early, got through the virus 'very easily'. This protease inhibitor is a generic drug, FDA approved in the USA for a different purpose, and cheap. It is sold OTC in Ukraine for treatment of viral infections. Of course, prescription and would be "off label" as an antiviral in the USA. You'll never hear about it, but the "heroes" at Pfizer will use their different, patented, very expensive protease inhibitor drug to make millions more. Protease inhibitors interfere with the reproduction of viruses. It seems as if this is a very promising route for treatment, that the 'powers that be' will not try to stop.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: liberalslovetaxes 11/12/2021 12:45:30 AM (No. 974973)
I'll bet the CDC won't do any tracking on these abused children. They don't keep track of adverse effects of the vaccines in order to protect the narrative.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: mifla 11/12/2021 3:57:54 AM (No. 975057)
More corruption from Loudon County. One is a mistake, one hundred is a plan.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: udanja99 11/12/2021 10:20:55 AM (No. 975354)
Um, DM, it’s Loudoun, not Loudon. Do you have an editor? I lived in Loudoun County for 24 years and it was once a very conservative beautiful rural area. Then the DC bureaucrats and immigrants, both legal and illegal, started flooding in and turned the place into a royal blue shiitehole. It’s the wealthiest county in the country but is still a shiitehole.
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