If you got the Pfizer vaccine in January, February, or March — and you are over 65, have a medical condition, or work in a frontline job — you can go get your booster.— President Biden (@POTUS) September 27, 2021
They will be available in 80,000 locations, including at over 40,000 pharmacies nationwide.
BREAKING: Dozens of cops in Massachusetts have resigned in protest of the vaccine mandates. RT TO WISH THEM GOOD RIDDANCE!— Occupy Democrats (@OccupyDemocrats) September 27, 2021
NEW: Dozens of Massachusetts State Troopers have submitted resignation paperwork as a result of vaccine mandates, State Police Association of Massachusetts’ (SPAM) President Michael Cherven said in a statement.— Ana Cabrera (@AnaCabrera) September 27, 2021
Vaccine and testing requirements appear to be the most effective way of weeding out the extremists from our military and our police. Win-win. https://t.co/yPNV9LC9u4— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) September 27, 2021
As we start this week, remember, #BuildBackBetter is:— Heather McGhee (@hmcghee) September 27, 2021
$3.5T *over 10 years*,
which is just 1.2% of GDP.
With ~$1T in tax cuts for the rest of us,
it's ~4% more spending. THAT'S IT.
And we get:
fast wifi, child&elder care, paid leave, lotsa jobs and a shot at SAVING THE PLANET.
Gonna be darkly hilarious that the whole COVID thing in America began with “15 days to slow the spread” so “the hospitals wouldn’t be overwhelmed” and we’re about to have overwhelmed hospitals specifically because of vaccine mandates.— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) September 27, 2021
REPORT: Dozens of Massachusetts State Police Troopers resigning over vaccine mandate. -- CBS BOSTON— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) September 27, 2021
PFIZER CEO: Take this booster and we will get back to normal.— Tara Servatius (@TaraServatius) September 26, 2021
ALSO PFIZER CEO: You need a booster every year, because these shots eventually fail and we are never getting back to normal.
PFIZER CEO TO WALL STREET: We plan to make $26 billion on this booster.
Pfizer will submit data to the FDA on vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 within "days, not weeks," according to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla.— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 27, 2021