Naples Vice Mayor Terry Hutchison said he believes that soon the city will be discussing mandatory coronavirus vaccines.
As a coronavirus vaccine becomes ever more a reality, Naples Vice Mayor Terry Hutchinson believes the city will soon begin discussing the subject of mandatory vaccination for its citizens.
It should be noted that Hutchinson expressed that he was not in favour of such a mandate but is reaching out to the people of the city on their thoughts.
Vice Mayor Hutchison said he would not be in favor of a vaccine mandate. He said he wants each individual to have their own choice.
He is encouraging the public to reach out to him with their thoughts. He said he plans to bring up the topic at the next city council meeting.
Mandatory vaccines is a topic I expect we will hear a lot of over the coming months and years, and if you believe it can’t happen, think again.
There is a strong possibility at the very least that vaccination of the coronavirus vaccine will be required in order to take part in much of society.
Whether its air travel, public schooling or access to healthcare services, these kind of limitations are likely at least in some parts of the World for those who refuse the vaccine.