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Virginia Dem governor hopeful calls on businesses to mandate Covid-19 vaccine to make lives of unvaccinated ‘more difficult’

Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe is facing backlash for calling on businesses to mandate Covid-19 vaccines after promoting efforts to make the lives of those who are unvaccinated more “difficult.”

McAuliffe called on “every Virginia employer” this week to mandate Covid-19 vaccines among all “eligible employees.”

“I have long said that the best way to defeat this deadly virus, keep our students in school and keep Virginia’s economy strong is by getting every eligible Virginian vaccinated as quickly as possible,” McAuliffe said in a public statement announcement, which followed the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officially approving their first Covid-19 vaccine, a Pfizer-BioNTech two-dose vaccine, on Monday.

McAuliffe’s statement brought renewed interest in recent comments the Democrat made in which he promoted mandates as a way to make “life more difficult” for those who are unvaccinated.

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