Vaccine incentives have not done enough to reach herd immunity – Nicholas

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The Government of Antigua and Barbuda admitted today that the vaccine incentives to get to heard immunity may have gone as far as they could.

Just under 40 percent of the population has been vaccinated.

To reach 70-80 or herd immunity the state offered incentives to include free food and gas vouchers, land and cash raffles and immigration extension to non-nationals.

In this video Nicholas says the government must now find other ways.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Vaccine bribery have not done enough to reach sheep/herd immunity, this one size fits all approach is not the way to go.

    The constant lies from our leaders are one of the main reasons for the hesistancy

  2. Forty percent of the population has not been vaccinated. Do some simple math using the numbers from the dashboard, and pay particularly close attention to first dose versus second dose numbers. I think you’ll find that the use is simple arithmetic will give you a different answer. Herein lies the problem: the public cannot have trust in the integrity of government because government has no integrity in the information they provide. Recall when we were on the CDC no-go list because the US stated they did not trust our data collection. I wonder why?

  3. The same way the current govt has failed to represent us. They only steal from us and represent their pockets making us their financial slaves.

    World dictator traitor tyrant liar human trafficker Gaston Browne takes Moderna and gives us anything but including shit that hasn’t been approved by the WHO. This is the kind of asshole Gaston Browne is.

  4. If you have a problem of vaccine hesitancy, just throwing out incentives like food and gas will appear a bribery and will only change the minds of the greedy. Find out why people are hesistant and then address those issues.

    For me, the inconsistent policies put out by the governments and health authorities in most countries make me more hesistant than before the vaccines arrived.

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