Vaccine scepticism cuts across political lines in the US – Financial Times
The writer is an FT contributing columnist
For once: an issue that doesn’t break along mindlessly political lines.
Whether to get vaccinated against coronavirus is a highly personal matter in the US, where vaccine sceptics crowd both ends of the political spectrum. Some of the whackier anti-vaxx reasons seem to be shared on both sides of the divide: I’ve heard just as many Democrats as Republicans insist the shot implants a microchip that will allow Big Brother to track the vaccinated.