Scottish football club Rangers have offered their stadium to the government as a vaccination centre to help jab more Scots.
The move isn’t at all surprising given the fact the nearby Louisa Jordan Hospital is struggling to get the numbers queuing up for the experimental vaccine, despite the mainstream media and local news outlets telling us the contrary.
A spokesperson told the Vox Post earlier this morning: “This comes as no surprise although I doubt Rangers FC made the first move to offer their stadium as a vaccination hub. I wouldn’t be surprised if it wasn’t the government who approached the club first.”
There could be more clubs offering up their facilities to help the government but some critics feel there is a sinister plan involving popular football clubs.
Our spokesperson continued: “The best way to get a big audience to your door is to invite them to their favourite football club and in Great Britain, they don’t come any bigger than Rangers and rivals Celtic whose stadium is within walking distance.
“You can’t get a large following to queue up outside a hospital to get the vaccine but you can easily flood a famous football stadium where the fans will do literally anything if it involves their club.”
Our spokesperson expects neighbours Celtic Football Club to follow suit as the government looks at ways to offload the experimental vaccine their master shareholders demand they sell.