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If a vaccine is developed will it be mandatory for Michiganders? Whitmer didn't say yes, but she didn't say no either

Nov 15, 2016

Makes sense. Get vaccinated, go to gay strip clubs. Just where your mask. It's all good.

"One of the things that we know is the more people that get vaccinated, the better," Whitmer told WWJ's Tom Jordan and Roberta Jasina. "As we go into the fall we want to make sure that everyone gets a flu shot. The less likely you are to be hospitalized for the flu, the more likely we'll have beds that are necessary in the event we don't have a vaccine for COVID-19. And so it's really going to be important that parents whose kids are not up to speed on immunization get their kids immunized right now. The more we can protect from other illnesses, the better for everyone. We want to keep people out of the hospitals, period.

"These are important steps we're going to have to take until we have a COVID vaccine that is readily available. The conversation around a mandate doesn't make sense yet. It'll be awhile before we have a vaccine and then before it's produced en masse where we could have the ability to offer it to everyone."

The fourth of July holiday is around the corner, and the governor has said all along her hope was to reopen gyms and casinos by that date. She didn't weigh in on whether that's still a possibility, or if they'll even open in the month of July -- except to say 'it's always going to have to be driven by the numbers' -- but she did discuss what could happen if residents fail to follow social distancing and other guidelines over the holiday.

"The most important thing that we can all do to make sure that we take that next step is to keep wearing our masks ... and remember that we're always safer at home.


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