100 Percent Fed Up reports – A stunning home security camera shows a team of four people who identify as employees of the Houston Health Department in Texas going door-to-door at an apartment complex, asking residents if they or any members of their family have received a COVID jab?
Four individuals wearing masks can be seen holding clipboards and taking notes as they knock on the doors of private citizens, shouting, “Houston Health Department,” as they attempt to check on the vaccination status of residents in an apartment complex.
When one resident answers the door via intercom, the Houston Health Department worker can be heard saying, “I’m a [inaudible] with the Health Department—How you doing today?” The resident asks, “With the what?” He responds, “Houston department.” The worker explains, “We’re just going around the community to inform that you can get the vaccine for the coronavirus,” Have you been vaccinated?” he asks. “Yes, sir, we are,” the resident responds. “May I ask, which one did you get?” he asks. “Um, the Pfizer.” the resident responds. “Um…how many people in your house got vaccinated?” he asks. The resident answers, “Just me and my wife—that’s all that lives here.” The health care worker asks, “Do you want me to leave the information at your door?” The resident tells him to just leave the information behind.
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The workers can be heard sharing the results from their door-knocking campaign with each other before moving on with their door-knocking campaign.
Watch the incredible scene here:
🚨🚨🚨Houston Health Department workers caught on camera going door-to-door to record vaccination status 💉of residents. 😳😳😳😳 pic.twitter.com/cArOO6Byg7
— @SassyConservativeGirl45 (@SassyConservat1) November 18, 2021
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