Texas hospital seems to present employee pretend COVID-19 vaccine shot

December 19, 2020 | 3:38am | Updated December 19, 2020 | 3:38am

A Texas hospital is underneath hearth after eagle-eyed viewers claimed the COVID vaccine healthcare staff acquired on TV seemed to be pretend.

Camera crews had been invited to the University Medical Center of El Paso to seize 5 of its front-line staff get the coveted coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday.

Videos on social media showing paramedic Ricardo Martinez getting the supposed shot raised issues amongst skeptical viewers who observed that the syringe was already pushed down.

“Clearly that syringe was EMPTY and the plunger was already down. Where’s the bandaid? Yeah, nice try! We are not fooled!” Facebook person Barbara Siira wrote.

“Syringe is empty, the guy didn’t push the syringe at all, bad acting,” viewer Aaron Isaac Hernandez wrote.

“Just for show. I’m definitely not taking this now,” wrote one other Facebook person.

Paramedic Ricardo Martinez getting the supposed COVID-19 Vaccine Paramedic Ricardo Martinez getting the supposed COVID-19 Vaccine Facebook

After the press convention, Martinez stated he was proud he received vaccinated.

“At least I feel like I could do my job with ease,” he stated, according to FOX14.

UMC admitted one in all its staff didn’t obtain your entire vaccine and {that a} second shot was administered to erase any doubt.

“After numerous reports emerged on social media claiming one of the five nurses receiving a vaccination on Tuesday did not receive a full dose of vaccine, we want to remove any doubt raised that he was not fully vaccinated and further strengthen confidence in the vaccination process,” the hospital stated in a statement to KTSM.

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