Thursday, April 11, 2019

Orthodox Jewish New York City Women Revolt Against Mayor's Order to Vaccinate Children

As I reported in a post yesterday, Nazi Healthcare in New York City, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has declared a public health emergency that would require unvaccinated individuals living in Williamsburg section of Brooklyn to receive the measles vaccine. The mayor said the city would issue violations and possibly fines of $1,000 for those who did not comply.

Many orthodox Jewish women from the sector are properly upset.

The Yeshiva World reports:
News of the order got a mixed reaction among Orthodox Jews in Williamsburg. Some residents — even those who support vaccination — said they felt uncomfortable about the city pushing inoculations on people who don’t want them.

Others remain convinced, against expert assurances, that vaccines are unsafe.

“It’s true that a lot of people have measles, and measles are not a very good thing, said resident Aron Braver, but he thinks the vaccine is “also not a very good thing.”

“And it’s everybody’s option to do what he wants. What he decides,” Braver added.
Following the press conference by Mayor DeBlasio, some local anti-vaxxer Hasidic mothers gave an interview to the media.

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