Images broadcast on a local news station in El Paso, Texas, showed a health worker receiving a COVID-19 vaccination, but the plunger was already squeezed before the syringe penetrated their skin.
KTSM 9 The footage originally aired on Tuesday and they re-aired the clip on Wednesday after viewers noticed the phantom vaccination.
“You can see the UMC health worker with his sleeve rolled up, but when it comes time to inject, look at the top of the syringe,” he said. KTSM 9 anchor explained. “It seems that the person administering the vaccine is not pushing the plunger. It actually looks like the plunger is already pushed in. Our viewers wonder if the worker received the vaccine. ”
Next, the El Paso outlet showed a side-by-side comparison of another vaccine given on the day of the video in question, clearly proving that the original photo was not handled properly.
In a statement to KTSMEl Paso University Medical Center (UMC) said: “After numerous reports were posted on social media claiming that one of the five nurses receiving a vaccination on Tuesday did not receive a full dose of the vaccine, we want to remove any doubt raised that he was not fully vaccinated and further builds confidence in the vaccination process. The nurse in question today has been vaccinated again. The UMC has confirmed with the American Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) that revaccination of the nurse will not cause adverse effects. The nurse will need to come back after three weeks to receive her second dose. ”
Last year, Infowars covered a similar video in which Ontario Minister of Health Christine Elliot was allegedly caught pretending to be getting a flu shot.
Another video shows a product designed to fake vaccinations using a retractable syringe.
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