New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo seems intent on dispelling any myths surrounding the government’s efforts to go door-to-door to make sure everyone gets vaccinated.
No, he’s made things perfectly clear that it is his “mission” to make sure that the government is sending people door-to-door to talk them into getting the jab.
Just so we’re clear that this was the plan all along.
Cuomo announced a new campaign to cleanse the unwashed, unvaccinated masses of the Empire State during a media briefing at Yankee Stadium in New York City on Monday, and it sounds a bit, uh, aggressive.
During his remarks, in which he announced the allocation of $15 million in funds to promote vaccination among the 3.5 million New Yorkers who have yet to get the shot, the governor rather bluntly declared the idea is not simply to make sure everyone has information, but that they’re convinced, bundled up in a vehicle, whisked off to a vaccination site and jabbed.