A man in New Zealand apparently recieved the experimental COVID-19 jab 10 times in a single day!
The kicker is, he did so on purpose.
The man allegedly recieved the shot multiple times in an attempt to cover for those who did’nt want the vaccine.
Authorities in New Zealand believe that he was helping those people to fake their way past the country’s strict vaccination mandate policy.
They are calling the man “selfish” for his actions.
An investigation is now under way.
Our friends at the New York Post have more:
A man who was vaccinated against COVID-19 up to 10 times in one day on behalf of other people has been called “unbelievably selfish” and sparked an investigation.
Astrid Koornneef, group manager operations for the Covid-19 vaccine and immunization program in New Zealand, said the country’s Ministry of Health was aware of the issue and taking the matter very seriously.
“We are very concerned about this situation and are working with the appropriate agencies,” she said, according to the New Zealand Herald.
The ministry would not say where in New Zealand the incidents took place.
"Authorities" are calling the man "selfish" for his decision to take 10 does of the vaccine on behalf of those who don't want to.
Nothing is more selfless than helping someone else not to take the experimental jab.
That man is a saint as far as i'm concerned.
The Blaze sheds more light on the situation, including response from New Zealand authorities:
Authorities believe that the man got 10 COVID-19 vaccine shots because he was doing so on behalf of those hoping to fake their way past the New Zealand government's vaccination mandate that applies to 40% of the country. Officials suspect the man visited multiple vaccination centers on Friday, and was likely paid for the shots in order to make it appear that they were fully vaccinated.
"To assume another person's identity and receive a medical treatment is dangerous," Koornneef said. "This puts at risk the person who receives a vaccination under an assumed identify and the person whose health record will show they have been vaccinated when they have not."
"Having an inaccurate vaccination status not only puts you at risk, it puts your friends, whānau and community at risk, and the healthcare teams that treat you now in the future," Koornneef stated. "Medical practitioners operate in a high-trust environment and rely on people to act in good faith to share information accurately to assist with their treatment."
The real question remains...
What would motivate someone to do something so extreme to protect others from an entirely "safe and effective vaccine?"
Maybe it has something to do with how said vaccine doesn't prevent you from geting COVID.
Or maybe New Zealand's draconian mandates are somewhat offputting?
I know I wouldn't take advice from New Zealand's monster of a Prime Minister...
You know, the one who is funding a special interest group in order to fund propaganda stories about COVID-19...
Oh right, and she doesn't see an endpoint to vaccinations.
Nope, I can't see why people would be doing crazy things in New Zealand right now...