Kamala Harris: Knock On Your Neighbors’ Doors To Ensure They Get The Jab

Kamala Harris told the public on Saturday that they should go around their neighborhoods, making sure their neighbors are vaccinated.

“For example, if you knock on the door and someone says they ‘don’t have the time to get the vaccine’ — because people are busy. They’re just trying to just make it through the day. Or they say that pharmacies are never open when they do have time, well, let’s address that. Because now, you can let them know that pharmacies across our country are keeping their doors open for 24 hours on Fridays in June, including today, ” Harris said.

Employed? No Problem! “Challenge” your boss to provide paid time off for the vaccine appointment AND recovery time. It’s what Harris expects of “a good corporate citizen.”

“And what if they say they can’t miss work? Well, you can tell them that there are employers across the country who are offering paid time off for their employees to get vaccinated and we want to encourage and challenge more employers to do the same,’ she said.

Too sick to take care of your children post-vaccination? No Problem! The government will provide childcare during your appointment and needed recovery time.

“Other folks who need time to recover after they get the shot, right? And may need a little moment where they need some help with their kids. So we have partnered with the YMCA, with KinderCare, and the Learning Care Group to provide free childcare for both vaccination and recovery.”

No transportation? No Problem!

“You might run across people as you’re out talking and knocking, folks might say, ‘I don’t have a car’ or ‘there’s no public transportation or bus that comes by my house.’ And that’s fair, because how can we expect them to get to a vaccination site? Well, now, as part of the solution, rideshare companies are giving free rides to and from vaccination centers,” Kamala said.

“Misinformation” fuelling the refusal of the vaccine? No Problem! Harris wants you to “arm yourselves with the truth.”  Harris provides reassurance by introducing gender and race into your neighborly science-based vaccine argument. 

Assuming gender and/or race is swaying your unvaccinated neighbors’ decision, Harris states “These vaccines were developed for over a decade by scientists, like Dr. Kizzmekia (Kizzy) Corbett, a nationally recognized scientist, who also happens to be a black woman.” We can say with confidence the vaccines are safe. They are safe, they are free, and they are effective.”

Have unvaccinated neighbors? Problem Solved. You can do better. 

“We can do better,” Harris stated. “And we have to address the legitimate barriers that stand in the way of some folks getting the vaccines. … We need to meet people where they are.” 

Afterall, canvassing door-to-door and accosting your neighbors about their personal medical history and decisions are “about building the power of our community.” 

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