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Walk-Up vaccine van coming to Manitou Springs

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MANITOU SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- El Paso County's Department of Public Health will be providing the Manitou Springs community with easy access to the COVID-19 vaccination.

On Wednesday, May 12th, a walk-up vaccine van will be at City Hall, at 606 Manitou Avenue, from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm. They'll be administering more than 100 doses. No appointment, health insurance of ID is required.

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Kerjan Bianca

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  1. The latest data on COVID-19 vaccine side effects suggest governments are already operating under this horrific utilitarian ideology.

    How else do you explain the fact that the European Union’s vaccine injury reporting system had logged 330,218 adverse event reports, including 7,766 deaths, as of April 17, 2021,8 and the U.S. reporting system had logged 118,902 adverse event reports as of April 23, including 3,544 deaths and 12,618 serious injuries,9 yet all of these injuries and deaths are simply ignored and the call for everyone to get their jab continues unabated — all while bashing vaccine hesitancy as a mental illness, intellectual deficit or act of domestic terrorism?!

    In a utilitarian system, you cease to be an individual with rights to autonomous decision-making and become a tool of the government, and that’s exactly what we’re seeing here. Government has apparently decided that some people — quite a few people, apparently — are expendable, which is the exact converse of what they’re telling us publicly.

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