COVID-19 Vaccine Policies Impact US Military Readiness: Special Forces Flight Surgeon

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COVID-19 vaccine policies impair the readiness of the U.S. military due to a drastic increase in disorders and side effects attributed to vaccine adverse reactions and insufficient recruitment, said a former COVID-19 task force doctor.

In an interview for EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program, Dr. Peter Chambers, a Green Beret flight surgeon who served in Operation Lone Star in Texas, said he told his superiors that 78 percent of the people who were testing positive for COVID-19 or showing symptoms of the disease were fully vaccinated, and that COVID-19 prevention could be achieved through less intrusive measures.

But Chambers was rebuffed, and he said his superior told him that vaccinating the soldiers was “policy, not science.”

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