Abilene ISD to Incentive Employees With Vaccine Covid-19 Stipend


ABILENE – In an effort to increase the Covid-19 vaccination levels inside the district, Abilene ISD has announced a Voluntary Vaccine Program.

The program will provide all vaccinated employees with a $1,000 stipend if they are fully vaccinated by November 8th.

Employees who are part of the program will see the payment added to their November 26th paycheck.

The program will be funded by the  Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief grant for Federal COVID-19 relief, not local dollars.

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MOST vaccines take more than one dose, in fact nearly all of the ones you take when you are a child take multiple, some even 4 or 5. Some, like the flu shot, are even every year specifically for different variants. This is nothing new.



I think you should take 4 or 5 simultaneously just to be on the “safe” side ;)

And don’t forget to wear your mask while driving your car. Better yet 3 masks plus a plastic bag for “extra protection” lol

Republicans are so violent, always wishing people they don't agree with to die horribly, must be their upbringing and bad parenting.

Says the one who supports abortion on demand…which is responsible for the “violent” deaths of some 60 million babies in the US alone since Roe v Wade ;)

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