Fall Reminder: Get Your COVID Vaccine or Booster!

Trigger Warning!
If you’re unable to recognize parody or sarcasm, can’t appreciate humor, must be told what to think and do, or are questioning why you got a COVID shot you may find the following content disturbing.

This Fall Season both Pfizer (via Taylor Swift’s possibly Future Ex-Boyfriend Travis Kelce) and the CDC (per their guideline) remind us getting your Flu Shot provides a nice opportunity to also get a COVID vaccine or booster shot. Each shot is easy, quick, convenient, and covered by most insurance plans.

Besides, a COVID vaccination may help increase your participation in “Fall
…brought to you by Pfizer!

(just in case you didn’t read the Trigger Warning, this video is for entertainment only, it is not meant to suggest that the vaccine was responsible for the episodes of fainting, heart problems, or death)

FYI: Here’s an alternate and possibly original Version having a different intro and additional content, posted by Doge Mon January 10, 2023 on YouTube:

And, click here to see the authentic Pfizer ad “Holidays: Moments Like These” reminding you to get your COVID, RSV, and Flu Vaccines this Fall.

Now if you’re done laughing, want to stop laughing, or aren’t triggered enough then reading this rather disturbing article might help:

Indiana life insurance CEO says deaths are up 40% among people ages 18-64
  by Margaret Menge, The Center Square, Jan 1, 2022

“…the deaths that are being reported as COVID deaths greatly understate the actual death losses among working-age people from the pandemic. It may not all be COVID on their death certificate, but deaths are up, just huge, huge numbers.”

Note the article refers to deaths from all causes, not just the COVID Virus or Vaccine.

Thanks for Reading!
(and remember, it isn’t just “OMG!”, it’s “Oh My-O-carditis“! )

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