House minority leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) Tweeted an All Caps rant against vaccination obligations on Sunday.
“There is no vaccination obligation,” he simply read.
McCarthy’s message did not mention a particular vaccine. However, Republicans have fought President Joe Biden’s push and demanded that most Americans be vaccinated with COVID-19.
The House of Representatives was one of the first people in the United States to receive the coronavirus vaccine.he Tweeted about getting “safe and effective” shots December 20, just nine days after the Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for Pfizer Shot.
Vaccine obligations have been common throughout US history.
As a military general, for example, George Washington Ordered his army to vaccinate against smallpox Through the precursor of vaccination called the Smallpox Prevention Act in 1777.America The military currently needs multiple vaccinationsIt depends on the role and location.
School vaccination obligations exist in some way Over 150 years..
McCarthy critics couldn’t stand his All Caps message.
This article was originally published HuffPost Was updated.