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Feds urge churches to peddle flu shots to members, partner with drug stores to sponsor flu clinics

December 14, 2011
Ethan A. Huff, Natural News
12/13/2011

Every year, the federal government and its pawns in state and local governments get a little bit more aggressive in their push for full compliance with the flu vaccine agenda. And this year, they are targeting faith-based groups and the leaders of such groups, which include pastors, priests, rabbis, and imams — to promote flu vaccines to their members during religious services, and even to partner with local drug stores to hold flu vaccine clinics.

In a recent issue of the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) Partnership Center Newsletter, the agency wrote about its new Seasonal Flu Guide for Community & Faith-based Organizations and Leaders. The aim of initiative is to use religious leaders and institutions to increase flu vaccine compliance. And in order to ensure success, HHS held a private conference call recently — no press allowed — to discuss strategies.

“[F]aith and community leaders play an integral role in helping to keep their communities and congregations healthy, especially during flu season,” says the HHS announcement. “As trusted messengers, (religious leaders) are able to spread important information about health practices and the need for vaccination.”

You can view the full HHS announcement here:

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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