In the latest attempt to force vaccines on the public, Mayor Bill DeBlasio announced that proof of vaccination is required to enter any NYC restaurant and gym, despite both contributing to less than 2% of the Covid spread

Fuhrer-Mayor Warren Wilhelm, better known as his legally changed name Bill DeBlasio, announced today that NYC will now require proof of vaccination to enter restaurants, gyms, and to attend indoor venues.

“Not everyone’s going to agree with this, I understand this,” de Blasio said today. “But for so many people, this is going to be a lifesaving act.”

So lifesaving, in fact, that bars and restaurants contributed to just 1.4% of the Covid spread, and gyms a minuscule 0.06%, according to Contact Tracing data pulled directly from the office of NY Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The program, called “Key to Pass,” will start its transitionary period later this month and start enforcement around September 13th. 

“It’s time for people to see vaccinations as literally necessary to living a good, full, and healthy life,” said DeBlasio, in full brown shirt mode. “If you’re unvaccinated, unfortunately, you will not be able to participate in many things.” 

On July 21st, DeBlasio told MSNBC that 58% of NYCers had received at least one dose of the vaccine. The rest, weary of the vaccine for various reasons, have declined free donuts, free burgers and fries, $100, and tons of other ridiculous forms of bribery NYC has offered the public in exchange for the jab. 

Comrade DeBlasio has had enough.

“We’ve got to shake people at this point and say ‘come on now,” DeBlasio said July 27th on MSNBC during a discussion on vaccine mandates. “We tried voluntary. Incentives. Friendly warm embrace. The voluntary phase is over. Voluntary alone doesn’t work. It’s time for mandates.” 

In other words, cute little gifts and the fuzzy, warm embrace hasn’t worked as well as they had expected and now the unvaccinated are on punishment. 

Come on folks– just do what you’re told.

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