I used to work hazard waste, a long time ago, and we handled some biohaz, unfortunately. It is all incinerated.And all the vials. I do wonder the same myself... hopefully there's some kind of recycling program. Come to think of it what do hospitals do with sharps containers anyway? Do they just incinerate the whole contents? I guess it's better then ending up in the landfill or the ocean.
The vials are not really a biohazard so I'd imagine they can be rinsed out and put into normal glass recycling, but guess that depends how stingy the vaccine companies are about their IP. Someone that gets ahold of one could reverse engineer the vaccine.
There is allegedly a problem with hypodermic syringes being re-used in medical contexts in poorer nations. Allegedly they sometimes get repackaged and resold by criminals.The red states send them to underdeveloped nations filled with mostly brown people in hopes they will kill some off via infection and stuff.
5G only gives cancer to half of the US. Proof:But 5G causes cancer so why use it for the mind control chips?
You're on 5G here, all the way up, all the way up, all the way up, you're on 5G on your phone. Where can you go from there? Where?Too bad Trudeau's China vaccine never happened, it probably would have been 6G! 6G is better than 5G because it's 1G higher.
Yeap. Pretty sure this is the case as well.Probably incinerated. Dunno though. A web search should tell you. Vaccine supplies aren't treated differently than normal medical supplies. The amount of waste in hospitals is staggering.
I could see that confuse so many people haha. I already see people get confused over 5G cell technology and 5gig (often abbreviated 5G) wifi.You're on 5G here, all the way up, all the way up, all the way up, you're on 5G on your phone. Where can you go from there? Where?
Actually, didn't Intel discover too late that you can't trademark numbers? Surprised no phone manufacturer has done a Cyrix and produced a phone branded as "6G".