5.01.2022

When even the employees of the CDC don't want that damn experimental shot.............

Hundreds Of CDC Employees Remain Unvaccinated Despite Vaccine Push

https://www.christianitydaily.com/articles/15739/20220429/hundreds-of-cdc-employees-remain-unvaccinated-despite-vaccine-push.htm

 

More than 300 employees at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have not yet received at least one dose of the COVID vaccine, new data found by Roger Andoh, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) officer has confirmed. There are currently 382 workers at the CDC who remain unvaccinated.

According to The Epoch Times, data reported by Andoh to the media outlet showed that more than 300 employees are not vaccinated against COVID and another nine have just had one dose of the Pfizer or Moderna two-dose vaccine. This means they do not qualify as fully vaccinated as per CDC rules. This results in a total of 3.2% of CDC's entire workforce.

At first, Andoh cited a statement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), in which its Secretary Xavier Becerra said that the agency's largest divisions "have vaccination rates that exceed the Department's vaccination rate of more than 97%" and that "nearly every member of our workforce has answered the President's call, and I couldn't be prouder."

But the agency refused to answer a FOIA request from ET that asked for more detailed figures as of March 15. Andoh said initially, "Please note that this is the most recent and most complete data available and some data elements that you requested are not available."

When ET pressed for more answers, another CDC officer reiterated Andoh's response. Then, after an appeal was filed to the HHS, CDC's parent agency, the agency replied through Andoh, who said, "After an additional search, we are providing you with the following information."

Then, FOIA analyst with the HHS Jonathan Nelson explained in an email, "The response I got to your appeal from CDC gave me the impression they didn't mean to withhold any information in the first place. Based on that, my (personal) belief is that this was just an accidental omission on their part."

 

 Yeah, right.