Parliament Speaker Boris Kollár (We Are Family) says nothing can be thrown out of vaccines. How to deal with it?
Your doctor should not be penalized for preventing the spillage of a COVID-19 vaccine by vaccinating someone off the list. This was said in the plenary session of the National Council (NR) of the Slovak Republic by the Speaker of the Parliament Boris Kollár (We are a family). According to him, it may happen that someone on the list does not come for vaccination, and if the doctor does not have a replacement list, he should be able to vaccinate someone “from the street”.
He says the vaccine cannot be wasted and doctors should not be afraid to use it. At the same time, he addressed to the government that this is the last time that any legislation is being resolved so quickly in the National Council of the Slovak Republic.
“There are a lot of people who would like to be vaccinated, but they are on the lists sometime in the summer. And we’re going to throw out vaccines here. “ he noted that a doctor should not be fined if he cannot get someone from a replacement vaccination list, so he goes out into the hall and asks people waiting there if they want to be vaccinated.
Kollár also said that he originally wanted to veto the proposed fine of 10,000 euros in the coalition for vaccination outside the list. He says nothing can be thrown out of vaccines. Although the Minister of Health Marek Krajčí (OĽANO) announced that there will also be a replacement vaccination list, Kollár asks who will prepare it and what if the doctor does not marry anyone from the lists within half an hour.
He stressed that we cannot afford to pour the vaccine into the trash.
Will they drop sanctions?
The chairwoman of the health committee, Jana Bittó Cigániková (SaS), announced that if there is interest, she has prepared an amendment to the government’s package of changes to delete the sanctions. She pointed out that not only the members of the SaS, but also the members of OĽANO and other members of the coalition opposed the sanctions.
Deputy Erik Tomáš (unclassified) appreciated that Kollár had admitted that legislation should not be done in this way. He also noted that vaccination lists and the entire vaccination policy should have been prepared long ago and all this should have been resolved within it.
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