Tag: door-to-door

North Carolina Door-to-Door Vaccine Outreach Violating ‘Zone of Privacy,’ Advocacy Group Says

Though North Carolina’s “door-to-door” vaccine outreach program has been called “not confrontational,” a health advocacy group said it veers into violating a “zone of privacy.” The zone of privacy is civil liberty constitutionally protected in the Bill of Rights first recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court in Griswold v. Connecticut (1965) when it determined that…


North Carolina County Starts Offering Door-to-Door COVID-19 Vaccinations

A county in North Carolina has launched a campaign to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to people at their homes. Mecklenburg County dubbed the effort “doses to doors.” The county’s health department “is offering COVID-19 vaccinations on demand in neighborhoods across Mecklenburg County,” county officials said on their website, calling on residents to “be on the lookout…


Beijing Pushes for Door-to-Door COVID-19 Vaccinations, Citizens Worry

Chinese authorities recently launched a door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination program in Chaoyang District, in the capital city of Beijing. Some residents shared their concerns with The Epoch Times over their distrust of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its propaganda about COVID-19 vaccines and the pandemic. Mainland Chinese media reported on March 10 that Beijing’s Chaoyang…


Door-to-Door Tests for Parts of England As Community Cases of SA Variant Emerge

Door-to-door “surge testing” for the CCP virus is to be carried out in eight local areas in England after several cases of the South Africa variant emerged that could not be traced to travel from the country. Those cases are the first in the UK of community transmission of the variant, which is more transmissible…