Senators urge priority vaccination of homeless - WPTZ

So far Vermont’s homeless have been remarkably free of Covid-19 - perhaps due to all of that time outside? But now that frigid temps have driven them indoors, the State of Vermont should give them higher vaccination priority to prevent a potentially catastrophic outbreak, three Rutland County senators say.

"Executive Director Sharon Russell, 73, said she's worried about any kind of outbreak of the coronavirus and said other Vermont shelters are in the same position. "If two of my staff or four of my staff are out, then how am I going to feed the people in house? How am I going to keep this place running?” Russell asked. "If everybody gets COVID or is exposed, then I have to shut down the shelters. And I have got to put people out on the street.""



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  • d pilone
    commented 2021-02-02 23:29:38 -0500
    Homeless typically have low zinc levels and lack other adjuvants to drive zinc into cells that would prevent COVID19 and other viruses from replicating. The efficacy of the vaccine is dubious considering the different variants. Zinc and the adjuvant needed to drive zinc into cells is cheap. Do it The proven science way without side effects and without interactions with other meds. Doctors who practice save people. Doctors who can’t, tell others what to do and take administrative jobs for 400,000.00 dollars a year to head the NIH.
  • David Flemming
    published this page in The News 2021-02-02 17:36:17 -0500