New Paltz, NY COVID-19 Vaccines

Daily Freeman

Letter: Vaccine is good for you, your family and neighbors

More people have to read and understand what science is doing today or they are going to be misinformed by ignorant people who do not know anything. I cannot understand why people will not get vaccinated for Covid-19 . It’s for their own good and the good of their families and the community where they live. People, we have to make a stand against this virus for the good of our country. This virus is like the common flu, except some people are dying from it more than the common flu. I understand from my reading that over 6 million people worldwide have died from this virus. But in the land of plenty, the USA, where anyone can get the shot for nothing, people are not coming forward to help to stop the spread by getting vaccinated. Many foreign countries do not have enough vaccine for their populations to help stop the spread.
Daily Freeman

Letter: Demanding vaccination proof harks back to Nazi Germany

Showing your “papers” to prove you are vaccinated against COVID-19 is nothing short of what Nazi Germany did to the Jewish community. Forcing people to have their papers on hand is nothing but discrimination. If you are vaccinated, then you have nothing to fear. Let’s stop the fear-mongering that the...

PHC Employees Dead Last for COVID Vaccinations

Employees at Putnam Hospital Center have the dubious distinction of being the least vaccinated against the deadly COVID-19 virus of any medical facility in the entire state of New York. The New York State Health Department last week released its Hos...
Daily Freeman

Dutchess County vaccination rate of hospital workers is second-worst in NY

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – Dutchess County hospitals are the second-worst in the state of having workers fully vaccinated, a state Department of Health survey shows, with the low rate driven by hospitals operated by Nuvance Health. Only 63% of Dutchess County’s hospital workers are fully vaccinated, the second-worst percentage of all...
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Protesters oppose mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations

TOWN OF WALLKILL – Dozens of men and women lined Route 211 in the Town of Wallkill on Monday afternoon carrying signs opposing mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations. One sign read, “Don’t fire frontline heroes,” a reference to a state mandate that all healthcare workers must be vaccinated against the deadly disease that has killed over 55,000 New York residents.