Scam Vaccine Site Busted — You’ll Never Believe What They Were Injecting Instead

Reports from India have just surfaced about multiple fake “vaccine” sites injecting people instead with saline solution.

That’s right, a bunch of people just paid between $10 and $17 to get a salt water injection. Hey, on the bright side, salt water is probably a lot healthier than the “vaccine!”

Of course, the pro Covid-19 vaxxers don’t see it that way.

At least 14 people were arrested and an Indian private hospital was cordoned off by police amid an investigation into an alleged vaccination scam that may have affected thousands of people.

He said that about 2,500 people received fake COVID-19 vaccines in 12 sites near Mumbai. Reports indicated that the organizers included medical professionals, and they charged between $10 and $17 per COVID-19 shot.

“We have arrested doctors,” Thakur told CNN. “They were using a hospital which was producing the fake certificates, vials, syringes.”

The Epoch Times

This is probably just a first of many, especially if governments begin to mandate the shot.