Anti-vax protesters block traffic outside de Blasio’s Brooklyn home

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A few dozen protesters blocked traffic outside Mayor de Blasio’s Brooklyn home on Tuesday night and expressed outrage over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

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Protesters chanted “No vaccine mandate!” and “My body, my choice!” As they gathered in the middle of the road, they blocked a garbage truck for at least 10 minutes, according to footage obtained by The Post.

“We say no, we say no!” and “Save our kids!” The group also cried.


A man had a sign in his hand that read: “Wake up New York. hold the line.”

The city’s municipal workers were among the first to be subject to a COVID-19 vaccination requirement and in recent weeks the mayor has announced several other mandates for other groups as their time at City Hall winds up.

The protesters chanted “We say no, we say no!” and “My body, my choice!” Outside Mayor de Blasio’s house.
Carla Cote / FNTV
A few dozen protesters blocked traffic outside Mayor de Blasio
Protesters gather outside de Blasio’s home in Brooklyn after the updated vaccine mandate.
Carla Cote / FNTV
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De Blasio on Monday suddenly took strong action on all private businesses of the Big Apple, which is going to be effective from December 27.

The mayor also said on Monday that two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine would be required to enter several indoor businesses in five boroughs – which include bars, restaurants and fitness centers.

Children between the ages of 5 and 11 will also need to receive at least one shot in the vaccine series to enter indoor establishments by the end of the month.


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