National Guard along with health workers go door-to-door vaccination in North Carolina
North Carolina started sending medical workers to the people’s door to “help” them with vaccination but went further and now the national guard joined the pursuit for the needed number of vaccinated Americans.
North Carolina turns into a real front line in the war against COVID-19.
I say guns and needles because I have no doubt that the National Guard will be directed to do these door to door sweeps of unvaccinated areas.— Bill is a Georgist (@billisajoke) July 7, 2021
The US Government doesn’t have an army of medical staff.
They just have an army. https://t.co/r7WOOhicti
As if it wasn’t enough to beckon those who don’t want to receive an undetermined mixture as a vaccine with tricks like a new lottery and more modest $25 gift cards, the state government decided to enforce their efforts in some pilot counties.
I thought the vaccines had to be stored in super safe very cold conditions.— ✨ Bulma ????????????✨ (@Bulma__Brief) July 13, 2021
How are they managing that if they are out walking all afternoon doing door-to-door vaccines In North Carolina?pic.twitter.com/D28tL0rTwK
According to a News & Observer analysis, the leaders of vaccination are trying to reach people who live in the least wealthy areas across the state. A mix of state and federal data show unvaccinated residents are concentrated in places across the state where households earn the least.
a stranger walks up to your door— Tim Pool (@Timcast) July 13, 2021
"Hello sir, can I inject you with this substance? Trust me its ok. No need to talk to your doctor about counterindications, allergies, or your medical history. We can inject you with this substance right here, trust us" https://t.co/5lLAF8a6Is
The vaccination rate statewide reached just north of 50%. Public health officials shifted from mass vaccination events to smaller-scale.