New York City announces vaccine segregation, banning the unvaccinated from restaurants and indoor businesses

New York City - May 26 2014: New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio speaking at the annual Memorial Day Remembrance ceremonies in Riverside Park

NEW YORK CITY, NY – If you’re unvaccinated, you might want to think twice about going to New York City, because Mayor Bill De Blasio said this week that he will order businesses, including restaurants, entertainment venues and fitness centers to deny you service.

“If you’re unvaccinated, unfortunately, you will not be able to participate in many things,” de Blasio said. “If you want to participate in our society fully, you’ve got to get vaccinated.”

New York City becomes the first city in America to formally announce that it will begin segregating its population by vaccination status, denying business services to the unvaccinated.

The order is similar to the twentieth-century Jim Crow laws that allowed businesses to deny service to African American customers and allowed governments to suppress their rights in accordance with the law.

De Blasio did not say whether or not he will mandate vaccination for private sector workers working in the establishments which deny entry to the unvaccinated.

This is a developing story.

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