after the end of the lockdown, there will be no concessions for the unvaccinated

There will be life after the lockdown, and, as it was already decided before its entry into force, those vaccinated against Covid-19 and those who have recovered will be able to receive services in a “green mode”, Minister of Health Daniel Pavluts (A / P!) Promised in the Nedēļa program. Post scriptum on TV24.

People who do not receive vaccination certificates by the deadline will continue to face restrictions, and some may be temporarily suspended.

“We said the lockdown would end on November 15, even though we knew the data would not be very good, we prevented much more deterioration.

The purpose of the lockdown was to prevent an even greater wave of morbidity, which has now stopped and is beginning to subside, and to avoid overcrowding in hospitals.

We will leave the lockdown in the same way as we entered it – there will be a “green regime” in which only vaccinated and ill people will have access to various types of services. In essence, this is what we are striving for. What may change is that rapid antigen tests will be used more, much more. People who have not been vaccinated should expect that there will be no concessions, “Pavluts says.

From November 15, the requirement for civil servants to have a valid certificate will come into effect. These are state and municipal employees, doctors, teachers and others. “For those who are engaged in customer service in person, there is a second date – December 15 – please do not be late,” the minister urges.

When asked whether mandatory vaccination against Covid-19 would lead to such consequences as the closure of small shops in rural areas, the Minister of Health replied in the negative:

“Of course, there may be some consequences, but I think they will be less than it seems now. I just know what these numbers are – the number of people who will not be vaccinated until November 15th.

We’ll handle it! And those who have not started vaccination by this date can reckon that there will be no deviations, there will be a suspension, as planned“.

According to Pavluts, the possible consequences of those who oppose vaccination are much less than the difficulties that we are already experiencing as a society – 50 deaths per day, a closed economy, a lockdown, etc.

“I think we no longer have a choice. These unpleasant consequences are much less than the horrors we have to deal with.”– said the Minister of Health.

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