About 200 inoculation and coronavirus skeptics gathered in a North Carolina hotel for a conference over Memorial Day weekend. Attendees did not wear disguises, rule social distancing, or heed the governor’s guidelines to limit assembles to 10 people. The inn purposed up calling the local police to help enforce social distancing plans. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more narratives.
As many Americans weighed the risks of going to the beach and backyard barbecues over Memorial Day weekend, hundreds of coronavirus and vaccine skeptics assembled in a Charlotte, North Carolina, hotel.
“The Advanced Medicine Conference” attracted about 200 nonconventional medicine practitioners, researchers, anti-vaccine preaches, and members of the public, based on the best estimates of Business Insider Today, which direct a videographer to help conduct interviews.See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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