West Virginia Governor Jim Justice (R) said Sunday that there is no “opportunity” to prescribe COVID-19 vaccines for school children.
Moderator Margaret Brennan asked the governor of West Virginia at CBS’s “Face the Nation” if she would consider recommending the drug COVID-19 to students regarding a similar program to California Gov. Gavin NewsomGavin NewsomOvernight Health Insurance – Offered by Altria – Merck’s COVID-19 pill to reduce medical risks by half Equilibrium / Sustainability – Presented by the American Petroleum Institute – A Nobel by Greta Thunberg? California prescribing COVID-19 injection for school children after approval of DAA SOME (D).
“There is no chance,” Justice replied.
When asked why the country had previously vaccinated against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus and polio, the Judge replied that he “strongly believed” that permission only divides us and only divides us. “
“From an employment perspective, I do not believe in forcing our freedom, often over and over again. And having said that, I do not know how many times I have to say it,” Justice told Brennan. “But from our children’s point of view, But at the same time, we had to stop and look at ourselves. ”
“By crying out loud, we are Americans,” he added.
West Virginia’s @JimJusticeWV says there is no “opportunity” he could put the defense force of students in his state.
“I truly believe that consent only separates us and only separates us,” he says.
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The COVID-19 case in West Virginia is now higher than it was in the summer The country saw over 1,600,000 cases of COVID-19 cases on Friday and nearly 2,000 days ago. In comparison, the cases were in two digits in the June and July sections, according to data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
About 56 percent of citizens 12 years and older have been vaccinated while 47 percent have been fully vaccinated. On average, 75% of people aged 12 and over were vaccinated in the US and 65 percent were fully vaccinated.
Newsom recently announced that it will prescribe a COVID-19 injection for all students. Her hour would begin to apply to students between the ages of 12 and 17, if the Food and Drug Administration would be fully suited to that age group.