The federal government has begun buying COVID-19 equipment and hiring advisers on “safety protocols” amid speculation the Biden White House will reinstate pandemic-era shutdowns and mandates, War Room can reveal.
Unsealed government contracts from entities such as the Department of Defense (DOD) show millions in taxpayer funds being used to buy COVID-19 equipment, such as test kits. Some of the contracts, which are traceable through federal government spending databasethey are even scheduled to start in the coming months, such as September and October.
The DOD, for example, gave Hological Sales and Service LLC, a $1.5 million contract starting Oct. 1 that will conclude in May 2024. The federal database reveals the funds are for “Hologic covid testing services in support of the Department of Pathology at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA 98431. (new delivery order).
“TASK ORDER IS FOR DEVELOPER EXPERIENCE. AMENDMENT “EO14042″ TO ADD FAR 52.223-99 TO ENSURE ADEQUATE COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR FEDERAL CONTRACTORS (OCT 2021) (DIVERSION).”
The contract will end in August next year.
The uncovered contracts follow major media outlets reporting an alleged spike in COVID-19 cases across America, which also coincides with COVID-19 vaccine makers such as Pfizer experiencing a rapid decline in benefits.