The Sheriff of a California County Refuses to Compel His Employees to Get Vaccinated
NS California’s sheriff has stated that he will not require his employees to receive vaccinations, stating that the government “does not have the ability to mandate your health choices.” Sheriff Chad Bianco of Riverside County released a recent episode of his podcast, RSO Roundup.
He stated that “As far as I am concerned, I do not require employees to vaccinate. I do not require new or current employees to be vaccinated.”
Bianco, who has a COVID, is skeptical of how the information has evolved over the course of the pandemic. A California sheriff has stated that he will not require his employees to receive vaccinations and that the government does not have the ability to mandate their health decisions.
From two weeks to one month, two months, four months, and six months, he said the bottleneck was “insurmountable.”
Unvaccinated people, on the other hand, are 11 times more likely to die from COVID-19 than those who have been vaccinated, according to a recent CDC report. Out of 226 million patients who tested positive for coronavirus, approximately 202 million recovered at an 89 percent rate.
Bianco eventually decided that it was not his role to keep people safe from the infection. Bianco, who has a COVID, is skeptical of how the information has evolved over the course of the pandemic. Bianco, the press out of context with his podcast, “Cherry chose comments from” believed to be health authorities “to portray me and the sheriff’s department negatively.
Last year, Bianco was a harsh critic of California Governor Gavin Newsom, refusing to implement Newsom’s coronavirus stay-at-home order. He also accused Newsom of being “hypocritical,” referring to a photo of him eating in a fine dining restaurant surrounded by people outside his home without a mask taken last fall. He is not the only California cop who opposes mandatory vaccinations. Over the weekend, the Los Angeles Police Department filed a federal lawsuit to overturn the city’s COVID-19 vaccine commitments.