Walmart’s first doses of Publix COVID-19 vaccines begin in Jacksonville

COVID-19 vaccines begin in Jacksonville

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA- According to the announcement, the qualified citizens for Publix Portal are free to book for the vaccine against COVID-19. The appointments opened from Friday Morning for a new round of sign-ups with few modifications designed to give the best experience.

With the booking window open since Friday at 7 a.m., the eligible is requested to get in line at

Publix has expanded offering COVID shots across 325 stores in 23 countries.

Jacksonville has announced the availability of the vaccine at Winn-Dixie-Pharmacies, Walmart, and Sam’s Club stores.

Serving doses for those who already booked appointments with Walmart begins Friday.

Biden Administration has deported “Victim of a Crime” Immigrant

Biden Administration has deported “Victim of a Crime” Immigrant 1

EL PASSO, TEXAS- According to the reports of Diocesan Migrant and Refugee services, a survivor of the El Paso Walmart shooting that took place on 03rd August 2019.

The woman, Rosa, was arrested by the El Paso Police on Wednesday for two outstanding citations from 2015 where she was immediately booked into The El Paso County Jail Annex and later transferred to the custody of Immigration of Customs and Enforcements. On Friday, Rosa was deported to Cuidad Juarez.

According to the investigators, Rosa and her sister cooperated on the tragic Walmart shooting case on Aug.3. The statement includes vital information as Rosa and her sister had witnessed the first victim to get attacked by the shooter outside before he went into the store.

Rosa said in a phone interview with KTSM 9 news that she and her sister wanted to tell the investigators what they witnessed as they had seen everything before the shooter entered the store and that’s when they had contacted the Diocesan Migrant and Refugee services who then directed them to the investigators.

Anna hey, Deputy Director/Attorney at Law, of Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services and supervisor of the survivors of Crime unit confidently stated that “Rosa is a survivor of one of the most horrific events to ever take place in El Paso. She came forward and presented herself to both El Paso Police and FBI Officials to give a statement of what she saw on that fateful day.” She also added the information Rosa has provided was sufficient for her to be certified with being helpful during the investigation.

Rosa was stopped by the Traffic Police due to a non-working brake light on Wednesday while she was heading home.

Rosa also stated that she is nearly a foreigner to Mexico as she was brought up in El Paso and studied at Jefferson High School where she graduated. She also added that her whole life revolves around El Paso since she got there when she was little and that she felt her life was ending when she was informed about being deported.

In Hay’s statement, she said that leaving Rosa “unsupported in Juarez” is a blow to her and this decision amounts to the Re-victimization of Rosa, who only came forward to help build the case against the shooter in the racist attack.

Walmart removes guns, ammo displays in U.S. stores

Reports say Walmart Inc. has removed all guns and ammunition from the sales floors of its U.S. stores this week.

Walmart removes guns

In a letter to store managers Tuesday, Walmart asked staff to pull guns from shelves “due to the current unrest in isolated areas of the country and out of an abundance of caution,” the Wall Street Journal reported.

“We have seen some isolated civil unrest and as we have done on several occasions over the last few years, we have moved our firearms and ammunition off the sales floor as a precaution for the safety of our associates and customers,” a Walmart spokesman said. The company hasn’t decided how long the items will stay out of view, he said.

Records say also in June the company shifted firearms and ammunition off of sales floors in some of its U.S. stores amid nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd.

“It’s important to note that we only sell firearms in approximately half of our stores, primarily where there are large concentrations of hunters, sportsmen, and sportswomen,” a Walmart spokesperson said.

As per the records, in 2019, a gunman entered a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, and killed 22 people using an AK-style firearm that Walmart already bans the sale of.


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Orlando Man tries to forcibly get inside the Walmart without Face Mask

Orlando Man tries to get inside the Walmart without wearing a mask

Orlando Man

On Saturday, it became mandatory in Orange County to wear masks. However, violating the directions, one Orlando Man tries to forcibly enter Walmart without wearing a face mask.

A video of the incident was shared on twitter by a witness.

The man, when entered the Walmart, an employee tried to resist him, but as he wanted to get in, he fought with that employee and pushed him aside. The employee was clearly seen in the video, trying to avoid any physical contact, but the man still fought to get inside. At a certain point, the old man falls to the floor while pushing Walmart’s employee.

In the video, it was evident that another shopkeeper tried to offer a face mask to the man, but furiously, the Orlando man ignored his offer and got in inside the Walmart. After continuous resistance, the man finally made his mind to leave Walmart.



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