On Friday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law that now prohibits harassing, intimidating or harming people who go to a vaccination center, the Los Angeles Times reported. This type of offense is punishable by a fine of up to $ 1,000 or up to six months in prison. It must be said that people who are vaccinated in this state constantly receive threats, testifies in this newspaper an official of the California Immunization Coalition, in charge of the promotion of vaccines.

All Californian students over 16 who wish to attend face-to-face classes must be vaccinated as of next year. This vaccination obligation will also apply to teachers and school personnel.

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But this type of compulsory vaccination, or the wearing of a mask, is provoking reactions in other places in the United States. So, according to Time magazine, a school administrator in Worthington, Ohio, was threatened in very strong terms: “You are now our enemies, and we will eliminate you one way or another “said the message. The same magazine explains that a school official in Weaver Dam, Wisconsin, resigned because his family did not feel safe because he had received threats, insults and attempted intimidation.

Other cases are reported by Time and the United States Attorney General has spoken out in defense of teachers: “Those who devote their time and energy to educating our children in a safe environment deserve to do their jobs without fear for their safety “ he wrote in a press release. The Justice Department will take action soon; a task force will be created to better pursue threats to teachers and train them to react to them.

Last January, protesters holding anti-vaccine placards gathered outside the entrance to the Dodger Stadium vaccination center in Los Angeles, and disrupted the centre’s activities.

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