The Biden administration’s plan to step up efforts to vaccinate more Americans against COVID by “literally knocking on doors” has backfired.
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President Joe Biden on Tuesday Office has partnered plans to step up federal government efforts to get more Americans vaccinated against COVID under a new program including “literally knocking on doors,” as Biden said.
“So, please get vaccinated now. It will work. It’s free. And it’s never easy, and it never matters. Do it now – for yourself and the people you love; for your neighborhood; for your country. It sounds corny, but it’s a patriotic thing to do. ”
Agreed to DATA from the CDC, more than 67% of American adults have received at least one shot and more than 157 million have been fully vaccinated.
Under the new program, Biden said the White House will deploy teams of officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Federal Emergency Management Administration and other federal health agencies.
The Biden administration has developed a state, county and sub-state level map of prophecies of skepticism rates using the most recent available federal survey data.
Irritating in the summer
Carrot offerings and stick planning
County geospatial level intelligence
– Jon Rappoport (@jonrappoport) July 1, 2021
Biden proposed the unique method of knocking on the door that is needed today is that “we continue to stop vaccination areas that are heavily done in the spring.”
The program will also make the vaccine available in multiple healthcare settings, and provide additional assistance to thousands of pharmacies, doctor’s offices and other medical facilities so they can provide vaccines, Biden said. Vaccines will also be given at sports events, summer activities and religious activities, he added.
Biden said the administration will “step up efforts to get vaccines from your family doctors and other doctors who serve children. young people aged 12 to 18 can be vaccinated and-as they go for school check-ups or preparation for their physicals they need for energy warm-ups. “
Biden cited concerns about COVID Delta different, which he said would be more mobile and forced some European countries to go back to lockdowns.
The administration first targeted the communities with the lowest vaccination rates, Psaki said. House -to -house efforts will receive information about vaccines from people who have not yet received them.
In addition to the house -to -house information campaign, Psaki said other measures include a “renewed emphasis on getting vaccines by multiple primary care physicians,” and increasing workers ’access to workplaces.
“You don’t just stop just because you haven’t reached every single person,” Psaki told reporters. “We will continue to apply… what we have seen the best work over the past several months.”
The plan sparks backlash
Protecting the Health of Children Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., criticized the plan, saying nothing “has done nothing but intimidate and despise Americans of their government.”
“This is a foreboding forkoding on the path of totalitarianism. We are now moving beyond the propaganda stage to the most coercive program where federal agents are shown to American households with a frightening message: ‘We know if who you are and where you live.You are on our list, we have medical records, we want your neighbors to know that you are at risk.We do not know your property rights or privacy.You have to take it away. what we have not tried, experiment drug product. If you want to end this harassment, you must submit to risky medical intervention performed by a unscrupulous company with no liability and if you die or suffer permanent neurological damage, hard luck! ‘”
Biden’s announcement also sparked Twitter.
Si Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) Tweeted:
The government will not decide who is vaccinated. You did.
Don’t submit to fears. https://t.co/NDCRUE3wCV
– Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) July 7, 2021
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton chimed in, tweeting:
Not on my watch! https://t.co/wGaSZeLWiq
– Attorney General Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) July 6, 2021
One doctor tweeted:
If the “new normal” is the federal staff knocking on your door about medical procedures, you’re more than willing to fight like hell for the “old” normal.
– Scott Jensen (@drscottjensen) July 7, 2021
Nearly three in 10 Americans (29%) said they would not be able to be vaccinated, including 20% who said they would definitely not do so, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll published last week. The 29% who said they were unlikely to get a vaccine was an increase of 24% who said the same thing in April.