The Colorado Board of Health voted early in 2012 to pass a rule requiring health care facilities to implement mandatory employee vaccination policies with restrictive medical exemptions. Now there is a push from the Colorado Children’s Immunization Coalition for the Colorado Board of Health to approve “enhanced immunizations for child care center workers.”
NVIC’s Director of Advocacy Dawn Richardson commented on how vaccine mandates are creeping into the workplace more and more.
Notice how they're starting to target a mostly women's profession which tends to have low pay. Child care workers are probably less likely to protest getting vaccines if it means they'll lose their jobs.
Next up is any kind of job that has any kind of contact with children, especially low-paying ones like bus drivers and workers at places like Chuck E. Cheese's. It will be hard to reject forced vaccines without looking like a rat since they'll use the excuse that it's for the good of children.
I joked elsewhere that the endgame is for everyone needing to be fully vaccinated if they want to leave their home.
Now I wonder how long it will be before the idea is introduced in the mainstream media.