The White House is set to unveil a wide-reaching, billion-dollar campaign aimed at convincing every American to get vaccinated, by Lev Facher

The powers that be and their cronies and minions don’t understand why so many people don’t trust vaccines and won’t voluntarily take them. A clue for the clueless: it’s because they don’t trust the powers, their cronies or their minions. Here’s a PR effort that’s doomed to fail, from Lev Facher at statnews.com:

WASHINGTON — The White House will soon unveil a wide-reaching public relations campaign aimed at boosting vaccine confidence and uptake across the U.S., Biden administration aides told STAT.

This television, radio, and digital advertising blitz, set to kick off within weeks, will focus on Americans outright skeptical of vaccines’ safety or effectiveness as well as those who are potentially more willing to seek a Covid-19 immunization but don’t yet know where, when, or how. Specifically, the campaign will target three groups in which access, apathy, or outright skepticism may pose a barrier to vaccinations: young people, people of color, and conservatives, according to a Biden aide. Congress and the administration have set aside over $1.5 billion for the effort.

The effort highlights a looming and underappreciated public health challenge: Though millions of Americans are currently clamoring to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, in a few short months, or even weeks, the opposite may be true. Instead of scrambling to manufacture doses, the government may soon be scrambling to find arms willing to receive them.

One response to “The White House is set to unveil a wide-reaching, billion-dollar campaign aimed at convincing every American to get vaccinated, by Lev Facher

  1. No jab for me. Spend ten billion.

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