Biden Administration Spent $1.5 Million To Build ‘COVID-19 Isolation Clinics Across Botswana’ In April

Read between the lines here this all sounds strange .

The Biden administration funded “COVID-19 isolation clinics” in Botswana through the Department of Defense, with the sites surveyed in March of this year. The facilities were built and photographed by April 28.

According to a press release published by the U.S. Embassy to Botswana, the United States spent $1,521,956 worth of local currency to build “14 modular structures” that can fit over 100 patients. On the US Africa Command’s Flickr account, the facilities are described as “COVID-19 isolation clinics” that were built “across Botswana.”

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