“The Washington Post just reported that the Vaccination rates fall off, imperiling Biden’s July Fourth goal.”
It seems that no matter how many times I bring today’s happenings in parallel to the Word of God in warning the people of the consequences if they do not take heed, they ignore it until it begins to happen to them (Psalm 19:11).
Not too long ago, I had a friend, who worked our sound system while doing high school assemblies around the country, that said, “I used to think that you were crazy concerning the topics that you would highlight, but everything that you talked about then is exactly what we are dealing with today” (John 16:13).
Well, friends, this is like one ignoring the warning signs on top of a mountain only to end up at the bottom to one’s own destruction. The signs are put there to warn you of the impending judgments, if ignored.
And when it comes to these experimental injections that they want to sell you as vaccinations (Leviticus 17:11, 19:19), you just may want to think again.
The Washington Post reported: Vaccination rates fall off, imperiling Biden’s July Fourth goal
Plummeting vaccination rates have turned what officials hoped would be the “last mile” of the coronavirus immunization campaign into a marathon, threatening President Biden’s goal of getting shots to at least 70 percent of adults by July 4.
Small armies of health workers and volunteers often outnumber the people showing up to get shots at clinics around the country, from a drive-through site in Chattanooga, Tenn., to a gymnasium in Provo, Utah, or a park in Raleigh, N.C.
The slowdown is national — with every state down at least two-thirds from its peak — and particularly felt across the South and Midwest. Twelve states, including Utah, Oklahoma, Montana, the Dakotas and West Virginia, have seen vaccinations fall below 15 daily shots per 10,000 residents; Alabama had just four people per 10,000 residents get vaccinated last week.
But the picture varies considerably across the country: Thirteen mostly East and West Coast states have already vaccinated 70 percent of adult residents, and another 15 states, plus the District of Columbia, are over 60 percent and will likely reach Biden’s goal.
The rest are lagging behind. Tennessee and five other states are at 50 percent or below and vaccinating at such low rates that meeting the president’s threshold is very unlikely.
The steep decline began in mid-April, coinciding with federal officials’ temporary suspension of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine while they probed rare blood-clotting reactions. That slowdown has continued, with only 2.4 million adults getting their first shot last week. Officials must get a first dose to 4.2 million adults per week to meet Biden’s goal of ensuring that 70 percent of adults are at least partially vaccinated by Independence Day…
Polls have found that about one-third of Americans have no immediate plans to get vaccinated, with some holdouts saying their skepticism has intensified over time and others arguing the issue is moot because the pandemic has receded in the United States. Public health experts say the nation needs widespread immunity to prevent a resurgence of cases later this year…
The slowdown has prompted a flurry of advertising, lotteries and promotions to win over holdouts, even as the list of incentives for people getting shots has ballooned almost to the point of parody. West Virginia officials are offering a chance to win rifles. Multiple businesses have promised treats like free beer, doughnuts and marijuana. Residents of several states now compete for million-dollar cash prizes in special lotteries.
Recognizing the challenge — and the risk of missing the goal — Biden officials have mobilized thousands of organizations and volunteers.
“We need to bring the vaccines to where people are and answer the questions that people have,” Jeff Zients, the White House coronavirus coordinator, told reporters on Thursday. “And we are confident that more and more people will get vaccinated, leading up to the Fourth of July.”
In conclusion: So, when it comes to sharing with you what we know is true days, weeks, months and years ahead of the time that the mainstream media reports on it, do remember that the Word of God, with the leading of the Holy Ghost, always leads you to know the truth of the matter, and often times even before it is manifest (Amos 3:7).
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