"War" won't stop Russia's COVID clown show
The biosecurity state grows stronger
By now you are probably aware that the leaders of the Donetsk and Lugansk republics called for an evacuation of women and children to Russia. Evacuees who make the trip to Rostov will receive 10,000 rubles ($130) from their generous Russian hosts.
But that’s not all they’ll receive:
More than 2 million rapid tests for testing Donbas refugees for COVID-19 will go to the Rostov region.
This was announced at the operational meeting by the Minister of Health of the region Yuri Kobzev.
According to him, if necessary, vaccination will be organized for refugees. Now there are more than 500 thousand doses of the vaccine in the warehouses of the region.
Half a million clot-shot doses that nobody wants, rotting in a warehouse. What to do with this mountain of unproven genetic goo?
“We have all these unwanted Sbershots just lying around—uh, maybe we can inject the evacuees?” Even the suggestion is totally gross.
It is noted that the specialists of the department in the Rostov region work at checkpoints across the state border, organize work on the early detection and isolation of people with fever, signs of illness, and also control the timely provision of medical care to them.
Wait. Timely provision of medical care? That’s a rare treat these days if you live in Russia:
On February 4, the authorities of 55 Russian regions decided to introduce temporary restrictions on the provision of planned medical care to the population due to an outbreak of the omicron strain. In most subjects, scheduled appointments with doctors have been suspended, it is impossible to undergo a medical examination and receive a referral for procedures in a day hospital. In some cities, even pregnant women cannot get to the doctor and take all the necessary tests.
Rostov residents have been denied timely medical care since the end of January. It’s what public health craves!
Is this really 5D chess? All we see is absurdity.