Lmk when your on tv like those other scientist so I can respect it as much and quote you
PS NJ is doing a better job at vaccinations vs FL, which is probably why the decline is sharper. Tho I believe FL did better getting the geezers first. To date:
Completely vaccinated, NJ = 37%, FL = 30%
Total people at least partially vaccinated, NJ = 52%, FL = 42%
Schools already "require" vaccinations for other things like Measles, Mumps, etc. Of course, all you need to do is claim a religious conflict and then they are no longer required. The mechanism is already there, though.I admit that the school issue is a tough one. I applaud Rutgers for being the first to mandate vaccines for 2021/22 enrollment. I’m not sure what the right play is for public grade & high schools because now you have a publicly funded entity no longer allowing one to have the freedom to choose. And even though I disagree with the choice, forcing that hand makes me a little uncomfortable.
Schools already "require" vaccinations for other things like Measles, Mumps, etc. Of course, all you need to do is claim a religious conflict and then they are no longer required. The mechanism is already there, though.
What are all your feelings on children getting the shot? Me, I've got another 20 years +/- in me, so long term side effects aren't that big a factor. But I am concerned about my daughter, and since younger kids are also in the lowest rate of symptoms/death/transmission/what have you it's less imperative. It may come down to the schools requiring it but I'd much prefer for full as opposed to emergency approval.
I'm from corporate, and I'm here to help.
Gov. Ron DeSantis held a news conference Monday morning at a restaurant in St. Petersburg, at which time he announced that he is using his executive powers to terminate all local COVID-19 orders, effective immediately.www.local10.com