Ohio Mike DeWineMike DeWineOvernight Health Care: Biden says 500 million vaccine donations in the U.S. will help “power up” the global virus fight. Moderna asks FDA to clear COVID-19 vaccine for teens. FDA extends J&J vaccine amid concerns over quantity. Expiring ex-House Republican challenges DeWine for more Ohio gubernatorial nomination The Columbus Dispatch reported Thursday (R) came out against a controversial bill that would weaken state vaccination laws.
DeWine said he was against house bill 248This will prevent employers from vaccinating them as a condition of employment. and allow residents to skip any vaccinations. Either by making a written or oral announcement.
It will also prohibit the handing of masks to people who are not vaccinated. and blocking health agencies, schools or other government agencies. from the assignment to participate in the vaccine register
“Before modern medicine, diseases such as mumps, polio, whooping cough were common. and causing great suffering And it kills thousands of people every year,” DeWine said during a press conference announcing the latest winner for Vax-Million Lottery.
The governor’s comments came after the bill’s deliberations on the bill went viral and sparked widespread mockery at witnesses pushing for an unconditional conspiracy theory about the coronavirus vaccine. 19
A Cleveland-area doctor and prominent anti-vaccination activist mistakenly told Ohio lawmakers Tuesday that the shooting turned people into a “magnet.”
Cherry Tenpenny, an osteopathic doctor who supports the conspiracy theory that vaccines cause autism. Speaks as an expert witness invited to the Ohio House of Representatives.
“I’m sure you’ve seen pictures all over the internet of people who have taken these photos. And now they are attracted by magnets,” Tenpenny told lawmakers. “They can put a key on their forehead, it sticks, they can put a spoon and fork all over and stick it. Because now we think there are metal parts.”