Remember, the government cares about your health.
They care about your health so much that they’ll give you free fast food with your experimental COVID-19 jab.
We’ve already seen free beer, donuts, and other incentives that prey upon America’s real epidemic……
Don’t forget, 78% of COVID-19 hospitalizations were overweight or obese:
— Brian Craig 🇺🇸 (@BrianCraigShow) March 9, 2021
And what’s the best way to overcome this deadly virus?
McDonald’s, of course.
Salty fries, greasy burgers, and milkshakes is the solution to help the population ward off COVID-19.
And in the state of California, you can feel exclusive by getting your experimental jab at select McDonald’s locations.
Check it out:
McDonald’s is partnering with the California Department of Public Health to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations at more than 70 locations beginning June 21. https://t.co/UM4Qwe18fG
— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) June 21, 2021
Would you like some fries with your COVID-19 vaccine?
Twenty @McDonalds locations in the Bay Area are offering a free jab and one free food item for residents who have yet to get vaccinated.
No insurance or appointment is necessary.https://t.co/Ht7cMxGkpy
— SFGATE (@SFGate) June 21, 2021
— Vicky Moore (@VickyMooreNews) June 21, 2021
McShot? Would you get a COVID-19 vaccine at McDonalds?https://t.co/HZY4rlKCc4
— 10News (@10News) June 18, 2021
But California isn’t the only state where this ‘healthy’ duo is available.
One McDonald’s location in Kentucky joined the ‘fries & jab’ sweepstakes.
When you think of a COVID-19 vaccination clinic, you may think of a hospital or pharmacy setting. However, a hospital partnered with a local McDonalds to get Pfizer shots into the arms of those who serve the community. https://t.co/IsGpWGCLOE
— KETK NEWS (@KETK) June 17, 2021
ABC News reported:
Starting Monday, you’ll be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine and some free food at some Southern California McDonald’s locations.
McDonald’s is teaming up with the California Department of Public Health to offer shots at more than 70 of its restaurants across the state, including nearly 50 pop-up clinics in high-traffic, high-visibility areas across Southern California.
“People who receive a vaccine at McDonald’s will also get a coupon for one free menu item as a thank you for doing their part,” said McDonald’s in a web post. “No appointment or health insurance is required and walk-ups are welcome at all locations.”
You can find the pop-up clinics at select restaurants in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
McDonald’s says some locations will hold one-day clinics while others will offer multiple clinic dates starting the week of June 21.
Twenty McDonald’s locations in the Bay Area are offering a free jab and one free food item (so no BTS meal) for residents who have yet to get vaccinated. No insurance or appointment is necessary.
The partnership is with the California Department of Public Health and is running throughout the state, with 76 McDonald’s in California offering the promotion.
A vast majority of the McDonald’s branches offering this vaccine special are in Solano County, the least vaccinated of the nine Bay Area counties with 55% of its population vaccinated with at least one dose. (The other eight counties in the Bay Area have at least 64% of its population receiving the first dose and at least more than half of eligible residents fully vaccinated.)
Both Santa Clara and San Francisco counties have two McDonalds locations apiece offering this deal; the Santa Clara County locations are expected to open up later this week, while information is forthcoming on the San Francisco ones.
The offer begins statewide Monday, but only two Bay Area locations have clinics open — both are in Solano County. For more information on when these events are taking place, visit the McDonald’s California website.
If the government truly cared about your health, they’d mandate eating fruits & vegetables, drinking more water, and exercise.
I’m against mandates of any kind but that recipe would be infinitely better than lockdowns, masks, and experimental jabs.
But a healthy population isn’t profitable.