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A German nurse is being investigated for allegedly injecting over 8,600 people with saline instead of the COVID-19 vaccine. Based on the evidence gathered so far, police investigators believe that the nurse was an anti-vaxxer and decided to give her patients a false sense of immunity, according to Fox News on Aug. 11, 2021. By not vaccinating people, not only did the nurse put 8,600 people’s lives in danger, but the nurse also put the lives of their family members and millions of other people in danger.
Faux Jabs And Casualties
While injecting people with saline is harmless, for the people part of at-risk groups, this poses a severe risk. Even people who are not part of an at-risk group are at risk of getting infected. In order to counteract another potential rogue nurse, the government is pushing everyone to get vaccinated a second time in order to be sure that they are immune. The German nurse is not the first anti-vax medical professional to inject people with saline instead of the COVID-19 vaccine. In fact, in Texas, 178 employees were suspended after refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
Moreover, it seems the nurse posted anti-vax sentiments all over social media. This evidence is working against her as the authorities continue to investigate the nurse for injecting people with saline instead of the COVID-19 vaccine. At the moment, German officials are still gathering more evidence, but all signs point to the nurse giving people a false sense of immunity. While the government is trying to convince people to encourage more people to get vaccinated a second time, it is unclear if those 8,600 people have been informed that they were not vaccinated. Regardless, the nurse involved will no doubt be held accountable.
Written by Reginae Echols
Written by Sheena Robertson
FOX News: Anti-vax nurse injects 8,600 with saline instead of COVID vaccine: police; by Ben Cost
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