People in Missouri are reportedly disguising themselves so that their friends and family won’t find out that they getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
People in Missouri are wearing disguises to get vaccinated, ABC News reports pic.twitter.com/eQgTM7WE9x
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Dr. Priscilla Frase of Okarks Healthcare told ABC News that she had seen more than one person in disguise.
Hey, whatever gets it done.
Me, I think they should go as: pic.twitter.com/BfigFaJTsJ
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“I’ve had several people come in to get vaccinated who have sort of tried to disguise their appearance and even went so far as to say, ‘Please, please, please don’t let anybody know that I got this vaccine. I don’t want my friends to know,’” Frase explained.
And in Arkansas, land of “learnin’” and mosquitos….
Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR) and state vaccine official Dr. Jennifer Dillaha berated by crowd with boos, groans and shouts for saying there is no medical evidence at this time that the COVID vaccines impact fertility. pic.twitter.com/LpUpHVJxbO
— The Recount (@therecount) July 26, 2021
According to the report, Okarks Healthcare now offers a “private setting” so that patients can get the vaccine without being seen.