I enjoy shopping at Publix, though prices can be a little… pricey. Not Whole Foods pricey, but most food items are more expensive (example: a half gallon of Half and Half cream at Walmart is $3.67 — at Publix it is more than $5). But Publix employees are friendly and helpful, the stores are immaculate and well lit, and pushing well-maintained shopping carts that literally glide on polished floors cannot even compare with Walmart’s rusted, banged-up carts and narrow aisles cluttered with pallets of merchandise; Publix’ shelves are stocked like rows of soldiers at attention, produce that’s fresh and colorfully displayed. As much attention and care is given to customer satisfaction as is to the supermarket store itself, and the company lives up to its slogan “Where shopping is a pleasure.”

So… I’m happy to learn that Publix will not be administering the so-called vaccine (gene DNA-changing formula) to children. I just wish Publix would stop administering the poison altogether. Maybe one day soon…

From Breitbart:

Publix pharmacies in Florida will not offer coronavirus vaccine shots to children younger than five even though U.S. health authorities now approve the procedure, various news outlets reported Thursday.

The grocery store chain said it decline offering the vaccine approved for children ages four and under “at this time,” according to the Tampa Bay Times. The chain declined to say why when asked by the outlet.

The Lakeland company’s website indicates it is still accepting coronavirus vaccine appointments for children ages five and up.

A Publix spokesperson reportedly confirmed the decision to Tampa television station WTVT later Wednesday afternoon.

Pfizer and Moderna got the OK for their under-five coronavirus vaccines Friday from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Saturday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as Breitbart News reported.

Children in the age group began receiving the vaccines this week.

Every state in the country, with the exception of Florida, preordered coronavirus vaccines for children under five.

The Florida Department of Health declined, saying the Sunshine State does “not need to be involved in the convoluted vaccine distribution process, especially when the federal government has a track record of developing inconsistent and unsustainable COVID-19 policies.”

However, the department’s Jeremy Redfern made clear doctors themselves “can order vaccines if they are in need.”

“There are currently no orders in the Department’s ordering system for the COVID-19 vaccine for this age group,” he added.

Publix is is Florida’s largest private employer and a regular donor to political campaigns of both major political parties.

The decision not to vaccinate young children puts Publix at odds with Walmart, one of its main competitors in the southeast.

Walmart plans to provide vaccines to children aged three and older, the Tampa Bay Times report outlined. (of course. Walmart = China World)