(NaturalNews) Healthcare workers at Hope Assisted Living & Memory Care Center in Dacula, Georgia, whose identities have not been made known as of this writing, have informed Health Impact News that on November 7, 2014, five residents of the center received flu vaccinations, only to die one week later.(1)
The workers also explained that these individuals immediately developed a fever after receiving the flu shot. Furthermore, they maintain that the number of people who died during the time frame in which they did is significant; not only was it in the days that followed their flu shot, but one source notes that, typically, the center “maybe loses a couple of people every 6 months or longer to Alzheimers,” but five people in a one-week period is very atypical.(1)
The center’s website says, “The Hope Center is a new state-of -the art [sic] assisted living and Alzheimer Care facility servicing Lawrenceville Georgia, Gwinnett County and Atlanta, Georgia. The 64 residences are designed specifically to care for those afflicted with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.”(2)
Facebook posts and changes on the facility’s social media page raise questions
Interestingly, the center maintained a Facebook page before news over this incident became public. An image of its page is shown on Health Impact News, one that happened to include a threatening message from the center to the person(s) responsible for bringing the matter to light. Their then-message read:
To all concerned,
There have been NO flu related deaths at the community. There was a post last night that we have been trying to reach to find out the source of the article. We have contacted Facebook for assistance and plan to pursue legal action as soon as the source is identified.(1)
That particular Facebook page’s cover image featured an actual photo of a building, likely the center, along with the exact address in the “about” section.
However, drastic changes to their page have since been made, including removal of the aforementioned “to all concerned” note, as well as removal of the initial cover photo.
Additionally, it’s worth noting other before/after differences to the center’s Facebook page. In fact, it appears that there are two different Facebook pages that both provide the same website for the center.
Previously, the center referred to itself as the “HOPE Center for Memory Care” with the description below carrying the wording, “Retirement & Assisted Living Facility.”
Their Facebook pages, as they currently exist, are different.
Written by Jennifer Lilley
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