Johnson: Vaccines against Covid-19 will not be mandatory

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Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said today that vaccines against Covid-19 will not be mandatory, although anti-vaccination activists have discouraged people from getting vaccinated.

Johnson said that he wanted to convince those people who are reluctant to receive vaccines to get them, but that his task was difficult because of the people who spread disinformation, Reuters reported.

– I want voluntary access in this country and we will keep voluntary access… Other European countries are going under duress – Johnson told reporters.

– But what a tragedy it is that we have all this pressure on the NHS (National Health Service)… and you have people there saying complete nonsense about vaccination… And I think it’s time for me, (and) the government, to warn them of what they are doing. That is absolutely wrong. That is completely counterproductive – Johnson pointed out.


Source: Vesti online by www.vesti-online.com.

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