Left-wing activists should knock on doors to push people to be vaccinated, according to Kamala Harris, because Biden’s July 4th vaccine aim is likely to fall short.
The Biden administration established a goal of vaccinating 70% of Americans by July 4th.
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Americans are avoiding the Covid vaccine for a variety of reasons, but the Biden administration is aiming for a 70% immunization rate in order to exert control over the unvaccinated.
It’s all about who has the most power.
In Atlanta, Kamala Harris instructed so-called “volunteers” to knock on doors and harass people who may be hesitant to receive the vaccine for various reasons.
Harris even provided the protestors some advice on how to deal with objections.
“For instance, if you knock on someone’s door and they say, ‘I don’t have time to get the vaccine,’ that’s because people are busy. They’re simply trying to get through the day. Alternatively, people may claim that pharmacies are never open when they have free time; nonetheless, let us address this. Because you may now inform them that on Fridays in June, including today, pharmacies around the country will be open for 24 hours. We need to meet people where they are, after all! Some people work two jobs…” According to Harris.
“What if they say they won’t be able to skip work?” You may inform them that certain firms across the country are providing paid time off for their employees to be vaccinated, and we want to encourage and push more employers to do the same,’ she said.
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“Are there other people who need time to recover after getting the shot?” And they may require assistance with their children for a little period of time. As a result, we’ve teamed up with the YMCA, KinderCare, and the Learning Care Group to offer free daycare for both immunization and recovery. People need to be met where they are.”
“When you’re out talking and knocking on doors, people may say things like, ‘I don’t have a car,’ or ‘there’s no public transportation or bus that comes close to my house.’ And that’s understandable, given how difficult it is for them to get to a vaccine station. Rideshare businesses are now providing free rides to and from vaccination facilities as part of the solution, according to Kamala.