A spokesperson from the company told local media outlets that a "limited number" of people accidently received saline at the location, though it is unclear as to why or how this occurred.
"We are investigating what happened and have taken immediate steps to review our procedures with the location to prevent this from occurring again," the spokesperson is quoted as saying, adding that the saline shot will not affect recipients' second dose of the real thing.
"These patients will later receive their second dose within the appropriate time frame."
One patient, Lisa Strawn, told a local media outlet in Charlotte that a pharmacist at the Monroe location in question told her that the jab she received had not been "mixed," thus resulting in a purely saline injection.
"I asked the guy, I said, 'How did you figure out that we only got saline?'" Strawn told WCCB.
"And he said, 'Well, at five, when she called me and she said she had a lot of vaccine left over, what was she to do with it?' and he said, 'You shouldn't have any vaccine left over,' so that's how they discovered it."
At this point, it is unclear exactly how many people received the saline injection as opposed to the gene-modifying mRNA (messenger RNA) injections they were supposed to receive.
"I just thought it was important that people know, just be careful," Strawn added. "You know, check behind them."
A similar anomaly occurred at a Kroger grocery store location in Virginia, where pharmacists or whomever are administering these things injected patients with nothing.
Instead of having their DNA permanently altered, recipients received nothing but air. Kroger officials at first claimed that the patients received saline injections by mistake, but later updated their story to claim that the syringes were actually empty.
According to a Kroger spokeswoman, "a small number of patients" at the Midlothian location, located near Richmond, were given the empty syringes. All of them later received actual injections with DNA-altering chemicals.
"We thank these customers for their understanding and have apologized for their inconvenience," the spokeswoman added.
Those administering the injections were apparently unaware of the fact that the syringes were not pre-filled. Consequently, they injected air into the patients, which can be deadly.
"Kroger is taking steps to ensure that similar incidents don't occur in the future," the company explained, adding that the mistake was "immediately addressed with the TLC team" and everyone involved quickly "retrained and reminded of the current vaccination policies."
As for Walgreens, one commenter at The Epoch Times speculated that if some people mistakenly received only saline that others may have gotten too high a dose of the real thing.
"If the vial wasn't shaken and some got saline, that means some got more than they should," this person wrote. "Morons shouldn't be allowed to dispense this stuff."
Another added that it would have been better to receive just the saline and no actual "vaccine" because with that would come all of the same privileges as those who were actually vaccinated with none of the DNA modification.
"Still, this shows you the people administering these vaccines are idiots and hence can't be trusted with our health," this same person added, making a very good point about the lunacy of this entire ridiculous process.
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