Washington DC Going Door To Door Up To Six Times A Day To Harass Unvaccinated
If anyone needed another sign of where we're going from here, we get it from this WTOP story.
Titled "‘Not a choice any more’: Council member presses DC on unvaccinated", that story pointed out what is already happening now in Washington DC, with D.C. Council Member Elissa Silverman recently saying during a council call with city administrators: "D.C. needs to take a more aggressive approach on vaccinations — getting the jab into more arms".
Reporting at their opening "D.C. officials were asked point-blank on Friday what plans the District has for people who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19 following President Joe Biden’s mandate announcement", it then pointed out how the official govt policy will be harassment, followed by more harassment, followed by even more harassment, with these lines from the story.
Patrick Ashley, with D.C. Health, said the city has a significant outreach program going door to door.
“And as a reminder, we knock on doors until we actually get someone to talk to us. And so they’ll go back to a house four or five, six times, if necessary, multiple times of the day,” he said.