Florida on Track to Offer Vaccine to Every Long-Term Care Facility Resident and Staff Member by February 1
January 25, 2021
Press release from the Office of Governor Ron DeSantis
|Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that by February 1st, the COVID-19 vaccine will have been offered to every resident and staff member to Florida’s nearly 700 nursing homes and over 3,000 assisted living facilities.|
The Governor made this announcement during a visit to River Garden Hebrew House for the Aged in Jacksonville, where he was joined by Emmett Reed, Executive Director of the Florida Health Care Association, and Steve Bahmer, President and CEO of LeadingAge Florida.
To watch the Governor’s event, click HERE.
|Last week, Governor DeSantis provided an update on Florida’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts, highlighting steps the state is taking to increase vaccinations and put Florida’s Seniors First. Watch the Governor’s update by clicking HERE.|
IT’S NOT A VACCINE – IT’S AN OPERATING SYSTEM — Moderna claims that the mRNA injectate marketed as a remedy for Covid-19 symptoms is actually an operating system. The word “vaccine” does not appear on their product description page – https://bit.ly/39hpOTa
REPORT A COVID-19 VACCINE INJURY: If you have received a mRNA COVID-19 injection and suffered an adverse event thereafter, the INFORMED CONSENT ACTION NETWORK (ICAN) can assist in investigating whether you have been adequately warned of the potential injury. Informed consent is the bedrock of medical ethics. – https://bit.ly/39Yo1BC