October 23, 2021

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The White House was frustrated by the Republican vaccine suspicion

For months, the White House, for fear of politicizing health issues, refrained from criticizing Republican politicians who underestimated the importance of vaccines or tried to use the vaccine against the government.

But despite the extensive vaccination, there is a gap between Republican areas with vaccine suspicion and democratic areas with increased infection and higher vaccination rates and lower incidence.

They now believe they are spreading misinformation or fears about vaccines that could harm White House politicians.

When White Carolina Governor Henry McMaster tried to stop the house-to-house campaign for vaccinations this week, White House spokesman Jen Zaki did not put his finger on it.

– When they do not provide accurate health information, including how effective vaccines are and how often they are available nationwide, including South Carolina, they actually contribute to the dying population. So they have to think about it, he said.

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In June, the South Carolina government signed into law the Henry McMaster businesses lawsuit against Govt-19 infection.  But at the same time, he wants to stop house-to-house operations to vaccinate people against Govt-19.  Photo: Jeffrey Collins / AP / NTB

In June, the South Carolina government signed into law the Henry McMaster businesses lawsuit against Govt-19 infection. But at the same time, he wants to stop house-to-house operations to vaccinate people against Govt-19. Photo: Jeffrey Collins / AP / NTB

Growing interval

Sixty-seven percent of adult Americans have it At least one dose , Officials are more concerned about the large geographical and political gap in vaccine rates.

In Democratic Massachusetts and Vermont, more than 70 percent of the population has received its first blow, while at the other end of the scale the poorest and strongest Republicans, Mississippi and Louisiana, have less than 40 percent.

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Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated in Washington and Maine, with states such as Missouri and Arkansas currently reporting an increase.

Kansas has now seen a rapid increase in epidemics in three months, especially along the Missouri border, leading to a sharp increase in delta variability. At the same time, vaccination is slow in both states due to widespread vaccine suspicion.

Arizona has reported a strong increase in two months with 921 new cases in the last 24 hours, while the virus is spreading among those who have not been vaccinated.

Remove the silk gloves

The White House has removed its silk gloves following criticism from several Republican politicians calling for a door-to-door campaign to force people to vaccinate President Joe Biden.

– Now we have to go to the house next door, mostly door-to-door to help those who have not yet been vaccinated, he said Tuesday.

But several Republicans objected and appealed to those in the party to want the least state.

Prohibit knocking on the door

– Biden management is knocking on your door to see if you have been vaccinated. What’s next? Knock if you have a weapon? Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan tweeted.

McMaster asked his health officials to ban the door-to-door campaign, sending a letter to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Biden denouncing the strategy.

Sen. While the White House points out that this criticism does not apply to all Republicans, including Mitch McConnell and governors of Arkansas and Ohio, the home banking campaign for such a home has gone a long way.

– The country is failing

But White House Corona coordinator Jeff Giants has made it clear that those who spread false information are failing to save the country, the country’s doctors and lives, and end the epidemic.

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Sackie insisted that it was not government employees who usually knocked on doors, but local volunteers, including priests.

He pointed out that this strategy contributed to the increase in immunizations, including 3.9 percent in June and 4.4 percent in Florida, including Alabama.