The United Kingdom has re-introduced harsh lockdown measures to curb the spread of the Omicron variant.  Citizens in England are currently required to work from home, masks are mandatory, and vaccine passports are required for large events.  British people are fed up with these heavy handed restrictions and have taken to the street by the tens of thousands this month to protest them.  Despite this, the British government is considering even more draconian measures, including send people door-to-door to attempt to vaccinate people.  The Daily Mail Reports

“Door-to-door teams armed with Covid jabs will be sent to the homes of unvaccinated Britons in plans being considered by Ministers to reach the estimated five million people yet to be inoculated.

Discussions between the Department of Health, NHS England and No 10 over the past week have looked at a nationwide drive to send vaccine teams to areas with low uptake rates as a crucial way to avoid lockdown and other restrictions.

It is also seen as a way to get jabs to rural areas or households where people cannot easily get to a vaccination centre.”

One cabinet minister who backed the plan said “I think the mood is hardening against people who refuse to be vaccinated”


Biden’s administration in the United States is attempting to impose a vaccine police state of its own.  Biden and high ranking officials in his administration have refused to rule out going door to door inquiring about citizens vaccination status.  “Now we need to go to community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood, and oftentimes, door to door — literally knocking on doors — to get help to the remaining people protected from the virus.” Biden said this July.

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