OLYMPIA, Wash. – Many state workers and private sector healthcare workers have until Monday to get the COVID-19 vaccine in order to stay employed.
They have to be fully protected against the virus by Oct. 18, which means the only option left would be to get the Johnson and Johnson shot by Monday.
As a result, thousands came to Olympia on Sunday to protest the mandate.
Aside from some who don’t believe in the vaccine’s effectiveness, many feel like it should be their choice to get the shot.
“What we do from now on will determine whether we live in freedom or in a dystopian hell hole,” one speaker at the protest said.
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