The federal government has taken actions that suggest the potential reinstatement of pandemic-era lockdowns and mandates. Recent government contracts, including those from the Department of Defense (DOD), reveal that millions of taxpayer dollars are being allocated for the purchase of COVID-19 equipment and the hiring of advisors to oversee “safety protocols.”
The Department of Defense has awarded a $1.5 million contract to Hologic Sales and Service LLC, starting from October 1st and concluding in May 2024. This contract is intended to support COVID-19 testing services at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, WA.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has entered into a $2 million contract with Abbott Molecular Inc., beginning on September 22nd and lasting until September 2024. This contract is aimed at providing testing services for various viruses, including COVID-19.
Furthermore, the VA has initiated a $1.3 million contract with Biofire Diagnostics LLC on August 18th. This contract is focused on acquiring COVID-19 testing reagents and equipment and will expire in August of the following year.
Oddball Inc. has been granted a $3.3 million contract by the VA starting from August 14th. The contract involves advisory services for ensuring “adequate COVID-19 safety protocols” for federal contractors, with an expiration date set for August of the next year.
These developments coincide with reports from mainstream media about a perceived increase in COVID-19 cases across the United States. This situation aligns with the decline in profits experienced by COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers such as Pfizer.