Dr. Sherri Tenpenny on Coast to Coast AM TONIGHT!

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
on Coast to Coast AM

Pandemic Preparedness continues. Vaccine trials are underway and mass vaccination is slated to begin in October, 2009. Countries around the world are gearing up. For example:

> Britain is preparing to vaccinate all school age children

> Greece has ordered 61 million doses of vaccine to vaccinate the entire population, “no exceptions.”

> I have been told that Israel has ordered enough vaccine for the entire country, going against 72% of local physicians who are concerned about the vaccine safety and the mildness of the infection.

This week, the government will discuss the following plans:

Mass Fatality Management Planning
Direct and Activate fatality management operations
Conduct morgue operations
Manage ante-mortem data
Conduct final disposition
Psychological Issues
Unwillingness to follow government orders
Breakdown of public services, utilities and food supply chains

First Responders: Fire Department
Effectively undertake mass vaccinations
Enforce quarantines
Control traffic, evacuation & mass transportation

Law Enforcement Agencies
Control & diffuse social unrest & public disorder
Plan for 30-40 percent drop in labor force
Apprehension, examination and release of travelers

Tonight, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny will be a guest with George Noory on Coast-to-Coast AM radio to discuss Pandemic Preparations and What You Should Do. Tune in from 10-11pPST (1-2aEST) for a full hour of lively discussion.

Check Coast to Coast AM for local listings and times.


Go to www.MedicalVoices.org and sign up for twice weekly FREE webinars with Dr Tenpenny and Dr Eisenstein. 

Go to www.PandemicFluOnline.com for daily updates on pandemic planning and what you can do to help others prepare for mass vaccination.

About the author


Jeffry John Aufderheide is the father of a child injured as a result of vaccination. As editor of the website www.vactruth.com he promotes well-educated pediatricians, informed consent, and full disclosure and accountability of adverse reactions to vaccines.

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