Those who think the government is planning on forcing every American to inject themselves with a coronavirus vaccine may have just received an indication confirming their fears. That’s because a recent press release from the US Department of Defense revealed that the Department of Defense (DoD) is partnering with Health and Human Services (HHS) to purchase 500 million ApiJect vaccine injection devices. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in October of this year.
As the press release states:
Spearheaded by the DOD’s Joint Acquisition Task Force (JATF), in coordination with the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, the contract will support “Jumpstart” to create a U.S.-based, high-speed supply chain for prefilled syringes beginning later this year by using well-established Blow-Fill-Seal (BFS) aseptic plastics manufacturing technology, suitable for combatting COVID-19 when a safe and proven vaccine becomes available.
The ApiJect syringes come with an optional RFID device enabling health care workers to track the GPS location of the syringes and record the identity of those being injected according to the company’s website. The site adds: “The app then uploads the data to a government-selected cloud database. Aggregated injection data provides health administrators an evolving real-time “injection map.”
The DOD also said that the syringes are “suitable for combating COVID-19 when a safe and proven vaccine becomes available.”
The stated goal of the $138 million contract is to produce “over 500 million prefilled syringes (doses) in 2021.”
The entire population of the United States is only about 327 million people This means that the project will produce enough potential coronavirus vaccines to cover everyone in America.
According to Natural News, if coronavirus vaccines were planned to be optional — respecting the vaccine choice of individuals — no more than 100 million doses would be needed.