Mayor De Blasio reached a new low by giving young children a $100 incentive to receive the experimental COVID-19 injection.
Sadly, some parents will fall for this diabolical deal with the devil.
And they’ll sacrifice their child to the COVID Cult Altar for $100.
The young New Yorkers who are now eligible for the Pfizer COVID vaccine are also now eligible for a lucrative array of incentives — including $100 prepaid debit cards at city-run sites, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday. https://t.co/Dv2oYxpR5a
— Drogon (@drogon_dracarys) November 5, 2021
While NYC has set up vaccination sites across the five boroughs, they will introduce pop-up sites in elementary schools starting Monday, 11/8.
Each school has a designated day/time for their pop-up COVID-19 jab site.
My kids' school and other schools across NYC are hosting pop-up vaccine sites for kids ages 5-11, starting Monday!!
Here's the link for more info:https://t.co/5NzMOMRhGh
— Sahdah Tay🐝 (@malika_imani) November 4, 2021
UPDATE: Kids who get vaccinated at public schools next week will also be eligible for the $100 prepaid debit card incentive, according to the Department of Education. https://t.co/YxIWXsczUf
— Gothamist (@Gothamist) November 4, 2021
It is impressive that NYC is rolling out a vaccination clinic in every school & already has the schedule for it. Find your school here: https://t.co/LcnIVSDRCn
— Daniela Jampel (@daniela127) November 3, 2021
For NYC parents, please keep your children at home those days!
As I reported weeks ago, public schools will attempt to inject children without proper parental consent.
Read what’s stated at the NYC Department of Education below:
If your student is aged 5-11, they can now receive a free COVID-19 vaccine at school!
In partnership with the City’s vaccination effort, some school sites are offering the first dose of Pfizer vaccinations to eligible students ages 5-11 during the month of November. No appointment is needed, you can simply walk in with your student on the day of your school’s pop-up vaccine site. It’s quick and easy, and will help keep your student, your family, and your school community safe.
- Students ages 5-11 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, or by an adult designated by the parent or guardian, while receiving their vaccine. If the student is accompanied by an adult who is not the parent or guardian, the vaccine provider must either obtain verbal consent from the parent or guardian by phone at the time of vaccination, or parent/guardians may choose to send a completed consent form, below, with the adult designee.
- You will not need to provide proof of immigration status or a social security number to get vaccinated.
- You do not need health insurance to get vaccinated—the vaccine is free.
- All records and information associated with vaccination are kept strictly confidential.
- Vaccines are administered by trained medical professionals.
- On-site telephone interpretation in multiple languages will be available.
- You are encouraged to record your student’s vaccination status in the DOE’s COVID-19 Vaccination Portal(Open external link).
- If you, your student age 12 and up, or someone else you know is still in need of a vaccine, you can visit vaccinefinder.nyc.gov(Open external link) today to choose from hundreds of sites across the city offering appointments or walk-up vaccines at no cost.
Don’t fall for any tricks, such as fraudulent parental permission signatures used to give kids the injection.
I advise keeping the children at home and away from anyone bringing a needle close to their arm.
The FDA Panel admitted they don’t know if these experimental injections are safe for children.
Parents, don’t let your children become lab rats to these mad scientists.
NYC is only the beginning of similar pop-up COVID-19 jab sites at elementary schools across the country.
For a complete list of every NYC public school’s pop-up COVID-19 jab site’s day/time, see the NYC DOE website.