North Carolina county launches ‘doses to doors’ vaccine campaign

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Health department workers and community outreach groups have kicked off a “doses to doors” COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, where just 49% of residents have received at least one jab. The program, which officials say offer a convenient way for residents to get the shot without having to worry about travel, was met with mixed reaction on Twitter.

“They don’t move that fast to help people when they know a hurricane is coming,” one Twitter user wrote

The program, which has a health professional on standby to administer a vaccine to eligible residents who want one, follows a community canvassing effort launched in May. Volunteers had been providing information about vaccines in previous weeks, focusing primarily on neighborhoods with low vaccine rates.

In nearby South Carolina, Gov. Henry McMaster has tried to block such door-to-door efforts, drawing a rebuke from the White House.

“The failure to provide accurate public health information, including the efficacy of vaccines and the accessibility of them to people across the country, including South Carolina, is literally killing people, so maybe they should consider that,” press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday.

It was not immediately clear how successful the doses to doors program has been since the program launched on Monday. The county also has a home-based vaccination request form on its website. The latest update for Mecklenburg County includes data through July 7, which reported an average of 57 confirmed cases per day. As of July 7, the health department had administered 77,774 first doses of vaccine, and 72,308 second shots.

“We’re not confrontational, it’s not like you have to get the shot,” Robert Dawkins, a volunteer with Action NC, told WBTV.com. “But our job is to dispel rumors and things. We get people that will say ‘yes I will get the shot,’ but the follow-up has always been the issue. Will they go? How can we get people to go out and go? So, now that the health department is out with us, we miss that middle man.”

https://www.foxnews.com/health/north-carolina-county-doses-to-doors-vaccine

10 thoughts on “North Carolina county launches ‘doses to doors’ vaccine campaign

  1. “The failure to provide accurate public health information, including the efficacy of vaccines and the accessibility of them to people across the country, including South Carolina, is literally killing people, so maybe they should consider that,” press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday.

    The failure to provide accurate public health information, including the efficacy of the death shots and their adverse reactions, permanent disabilities, and deaths caused to people across the country, including South Carolina, is literally killing people, so maybe you should consider that Jen Psaki, you stupid bitch!

      1. That hopefully died swinging from a hemp rope doing the shit dance after she was found guilty in a Common Law Court and sentenced to death for treason.

  2. Better bring buckets and sponges cause there won’t be any pieces big enough to drag off my doorstep.

    Hangman

  3. “Robert Dawkins, a volunteer with Action NC, told WBTV.com. “But our job is to dispel rumors and things“

    Would really love to here how they would counter the facts that we are fully aware of that the system Is calling rumors and things!

    How would they counter Dr Kary Mullis own statements for the PCR?

    How would they counter and
    Provide evidence to factually counter the Virus isolation?

    They absolutely would not be able to do so!

    This POS scumbag mthrfkr “Robert Dawkins“ needs to have a recorded video where he counters these simple truths for the record!

  4. Those that haven’t gotten the jab, don’t want the BS jab. We know what it is, we’re ready and waiting for your thugs, that’s all.

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