by Sharon Rondeau
(Aug. 28, 2021) — On the Fox 61- Hartford (CT) 11:00 p.m. news hour Saturday, it was reported that teams of health workers are traveling Hartford neighborhoods with COVID-19 vaccines in an attempt to “answer questions” and deal with “any hesitancy” they encounter on the part of residents in order to increase the number of vaccinated individuals in the state.
Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin was pictured on the broadcast promoting the “door-to-door” effort, and the report related that a taxi driver was inoculated as he stopped between destinations.
On Friday Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont gave a press conference at a Danbury supermarket where he encouraged vaccinations, which he said are “free” and do not require presentation of identification. Connecticut has a vaccination rate of more than 73%, The Hartford Courant reported.
The push in Connecticut comes just after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that with the emergence of the “Delta variant,” the vaccines’ efficacy has dropped from 91% to 66%.
On August 13, 2021, verywellhealth.com reported, “The vaccine cannot cause a COVID-19 infection, so symptoms mean your body is building a healthy immune response.”
The Biden regime is now encouraging a COVID-19 “booster shot” to be available in September.
Mainstream news reports rarely mention the serious side effects, including death, which have been reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) numbering in the hundreds of thousands since COVID-19 vaccinations began in the U.S. in mid-December.
On August 23, Dr. Peter McCullough, who himself is recovered from COVID-19 and has become an advocate of early treatment without vaccines, quoted from a recent study showing that “vaccinated individuals carry 251 times the load of COVID-19 viruses in their nostrils compared to the unvaccinated.”
In a May 7 interview with Tucker Carlson, McCullough expressed concern that the global medical community’s response to the COVID-19 “pandemic” was not in keeping with scientific principles and his belief that “something is up” (21:23).
Earlier this month, Dr. Daniel Stock addressed the Mt. Vernon, IN board of education claiming that similar to the common cold, it is impossible for an effective vaccine to be produced against the SARS-COV-2 virus. The media has attacked his claims, labeling them “vaccine misinformation.”