Major news has just been reported from Elko County, Nevada.
The health board for Elko County, Nevada will hold a meeting to discuss a possible ban on Covid-19 and Flu vaccines.
Per the Review-Journal, the county will consider “further investigation and results of the Florida Supreme Court case to investigate the [wrongdoing] related to COVID-19 vaccines”.
Elko County also plans to cut all funding for Covid-19 vaccine advertisements.
The Blaze reported:
The health board for Elko County, Nevada, will meet to discuss whether or not it should consider placing a moratorium on the COVID-19 and flu vaccines in the county, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Also on the agenda for the Elko County Board of Health is the discontinuation of local advertising for the COVID-19 and flu vaccines.
The agenda, according to the Review-Journal, says that the considerations will be made pending “further investigation and results of the Florida Supreme Court case to investigate the [wrongdoing] related to COVID-19 vaccines.”
In late December 2022, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis petitioned the state’s supreme court for an order to impanel a statewide grand jury to probe any wrongdoing related to COVID-19 vaccines.
MAJOR NEWS: Nevada County Plans To BAN Flu and COVID-19 Vaccines
More from The Review Journal:
The Elko County Board of Health is scheduled to meet Wednesday to discuss and consider placing a moratorium on COVID-19 and flu vaccines in the county.
The board also will consider discontinuing local advertising for COVID-19 and flu vaccines, pending “further investigation and results of the Florida Supreme Court case to investigate the wrong doing related to COVID-19 vaccines,” the agenda says.
In December, Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis requested that the Florida Supreme Court convene a grand jury to investigate any possible side effects of COVID-19 vaccines and to get more information from pharmaceutical companies.
Jon Karr, an Elko County Board of Health commissioner, said he thinks those agenda items never should have been put on the agenda and resulted from a miscommunication.
A concerned resident spoke about possible problems with vaccines, such as heart problems and inflammation, Karr said. The resident pointed to DeSantis’ efforts to investigate COVID-19 vaccines as well as right-wing editorials about vaccines, he said.