Recipients Of The Swine Flu Vaccine Are Being Given CDC “Vaccination Record” Tracking Cards

Swine flu vaccinations began Monday in Indiana, Illinois and Tennessee, and recipients of the H1N1 vaccination are being given CDC “vaccination record” tracking cards to help keep a record of who has received the swine flu vaccine.  This news is causing concern among privacy advocates who are worried that the U.S. government could use these CDC swine flu vaccination cards to track down those who have not had the vaccine if the government decides to make the swine flu vaccine mandatory.

News about these swine flu vaccination cards was dropped in the middle of an AP story about  the beginning of swine flu vaccinations in the United States.  When this was discovered, many concerned citizens started asking questions about these swine flu vaccination cards.

Fortunately there is a little bit more information out there about them.  The following is from the CDC’s official website:

Recipients of the 2009 H1N1 vaccine will be provided with a hand-held card to serve as a record of vaccination and a source of information should a report to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) be needed. Vaccine recipients will be encouraged to bring the hand-held card at their next visit to their primary care provider so that vaccination information can be transcribed into the patient’s permanent medical record.

So there it is.

Health authorities are going to have a record of exactly who has received the swine flu vaccine.

But another disturbing aspect of the paragraph above is that it sounds like they are expecting adverse side effects

Why would that be?

Well, as we have documented in other articles there are a lot of reasons, but one certainly is that all of the early batches of the H1N1 swine flu vaccine are all of the nasal spray variety that contain live swine flu.

In case you missed that, we are going to say that last part again.

All of the early batches of the swine flu vaccine contain live swine flu.

The product is called FluMist, and you have probably already seen video on the news of it being injected into the nasal passages of people getting the swine flu vaccine.

According to Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, somewhere between 10 million and 100 million swine flu viral particles are forcefully injected into the nostrils when FluMist is administered to a patient.

Are you ready to have millions upon millions of swine flu virus particles injected into your nasal passages?

Don’t you think that injecting live swine flu into the nasal passages of millions of Americans might just be a little dangerous?

Meanwhile, ABC’s Dr. Oz has been out rabidly promoting the swine flu vaccine all over national television, but now he has revealed that he is NOT going to give it to his own kids.

It is this kind of blatant hypocrisy that is making people turn off the mainstream news.  How can he recommend it to other people’s kids and not inject his own kids with it?

As they say, actions speak louder than words.

Don’t just make a blind decision about these vaccines.  Do your own research on these vaccines and make the decision that is right for you and your family.  These mainstream media idiots certainly are not going to shed a tear if something bad happens to you or your family.

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One thought on “Recipients Of The Swine Flu Vaccine Are Being Given CDC “Vaccination Record” Tracking Cards

  1. Great work Heidi!! So glad your here voicing your valued opinion and keeping people posted!!

    Be well my friend!

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