US epidemic prevention measures continue to lead to controversy, and vaccine frequency is blocked

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In the United States, due to the politicization of the epidemic situation and the chaotic and even misleading information sent by the federal government at the beginning, many epidemic prevention measures recognized by public health experts continue to cause controversy. According to a number of US media reports on the 27th, in New York and other places, the policy of compulsory vaccination by the police and front-line fire emergency departments is still blocked

last month, the US government issued new vaccination regulations requiring federal government employees and contractor employees who have business dealings with the federal government to be vaccinated. New York Mayor de brasio announced last week that all police, firefighters and other municipal staff in New York must be vaccinated before the end of this month and the beginning of next month, or they will be arranged for unpaid leave. But many police and firefighters opposed the mandatory vaccination, and even joined the protesters’ march earlier this week. On October 25, the largest police union in New York City also sued the court to suspend the compulsory vaccination order, but the request was rejected by the judge on October 27. The Union then said on social media that they would appeal. The New York City fire workers’ Association is currently seeking an extension of the mandatory vaccination period

US epidemic prevention measures continue to lead to controversy, and vaccine frequency is blocked

many people in all walks of life in the United States, including the police, are reluctant to be vaccinated. In response to this phenomenon, Joshua shafstein, vice president of the Bloomberg School of public health of Johns Hopkins University, commented that the United States is seriously divided on the issue of vaccination, and the vaccine has also been politicized, resulting in many people not seeing the life-saving value of the vaccine. He said what the U.S. government needs most right now is to “change the minds of many people”