According to whistleblower transcripts acquired by media medical personnel and supervisors confessed to giving wrong COVID vaccines to kids and using incorrect dilutant when administering shots to young kids, low-income and destitute adults, and verifying that the error “could cancel out [the vaccine’s protection] or have adverse effects.”
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The instances were not disclosed by the corporation, DocGo, and their affiliate Ambulnz. It also is uncertain whether any of the patients who were harmed were ever informed.
The recordings, which had been obtained via DocGo/Ambulnz, expose nurses and other employees confessing to mixing the COVID-19 vaccination with bacteriostatic water rather than saline solution, reports Project Veritas.
Pfizer, the CDC, and the FDA all state that bacteriostatic water should not be used as a diluent.
Nurses on audio and video records, on the other hand, acknowledge that the improper mixing “could cancel out [the protection of the vaccine] or have adverse effects.” Although corporate supervisors seemed to be informed of the situation, it is uncertain if patients, particularly parents of kids who have been vaccinated, were ever alerted. No case notes were submitted, according to the nursing staff.
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A nurse with DocGo/Ambulnz felt obligated to contact the media because the prospective danger to infants who obtained the tainted cocktail was so great. During an emotional conversation, the whistleblower added, “These are little kids, these are babies.”
Guy Banks, a DocGo/Ambulnz supervisor, can be overheard over the telephone trying to teach workers on how to appropriately vaccinate clients. Banks is overheard saying, “Make sure it’s the right one, because some people got the wrong one,” in regard to the diluents used with COVID-19 vaccines.
The whistleblower’s account of the absence of training is incredible. “On my first day there were no instructions about mixing the vaccine. I called the supervisor and asked, ‘how do I dilute this vaccine?’ He told me to ‘YouTube it.’ We were never given an in-service,” said the whistleblower. In the medical industry, appropriate in-service training is an absolute must.
When the media reached DocGo for clarification, President Anthony Capone praised the company’s medical staff’s expertise and ruled out the chance that patients were given the improper vaccine mixture. “We have no circumstances in company history when bacteriostatic water was used in diluting vaccine,” Capone said. He went on to say that the footage could be of “wrong stuff pulled from the shelves” that was afterwards replaced before immunizations were given out.