California Pharmacy Injected a Young Lady COVID Vaccine without Her Consent

Translated by: MOS Gourmet Team – Chevalier

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Savannah Courtad, from Arizona, said on Instagram that she was vaccinated with the COVID vaccine by a nurse at Walgreens Pharmacy in California without knowing it.

She went to a Walgreens pharmacy for a standard flu shot. Then a nurse approached her and asked which arm she would like it in. After the jab, the nurse told her to come back for the second shot in 21 days. She was surprised to find out that she received the COVID vaccine instead.

“They proceeded to say ‘sorry we are super busy,’ ‘things like this happen sometimes,’ and kept repeating ‘we all make mistakes,’” Savannah wrote.

“I appreciate the fact that they at least apologized, but this is more than just a ‘little’ mistake!”

“Nurses can’t just go around injecting people with the wrong shot. I never gave consent for the COVID-19 vaccine to be injected into my body. Regardless of one’s position on this vaccine, I would hope that we can all agree that having something injected into your body should be your CHOICE.”

The pharmacy giving the covid shot to a customer without personal consent poses a danger to the customer’s health. Recently, there have been cases of sudden collapse or deaths due to vaccination, so people have grown cautious about vaccines. If the vaccine side effects turn into a disaster, more people will awake and fight back.

Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/CT7eN-MJM2K/?utm_medium=share_sheet

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