Letter: Vaccines allow spread

I strongly disagree with your editorial on “vaccine” mandates [“Private-sector vaccine requirements are effective step in pandemic fight,” Aug. 20].

This policy of “your body, my choice” is dated and misguided based on real science on what these shots are, how they work and the global results.

In short, quoting an article about the topic, “Vaccines do not stop spread so, at best, this is a personal protection choice and, at worst, your vax is literally an attack on the rest of us. … That means stop pushing vaccines and start pushing a move to evidence based medicine.”

—Frank Duck

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