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OPINION: Why is the Government Manipulating me into getting Vaccinated with there messages

At the point when the antibody was first declared in South Africa it obviously said that it would be willful. That individuals would have the option to openly choose whether they need to take it or not. Anyway as of late there has been a ton of debate over the amount of a decision individuals have. I didn't give a lot of consideration to it right away, thinking individuals were blowing up, but as of late I have been besieged by instant messages from the Government that nearly appears as though they are attempting to panic me into taking the antibody. Here they are, trailed by My opinion about them. 

The messages I got : 

The messages came from a client called SA_GOV. Which is by all accounts the South African Government, I didn't prefer them or request refreshes, this is by all accounts a programmed cycle of theirs. 

At first it just got going as essential data, which I wouldn't fret yet I thought about an irritation. They didn't furnish me with an approach to withdraw from these updates. 

Anyway the following message is the thing that I thought about a panic strategy. By advising me to secure myself and friends and family by getting inoculated, it seems like they are inferring that on the off chance that I don't get immunized I'm not ensuring my friends and family 

The latest two, showing up yesterday and today, were essentially invitations to take action. Saying that currently is my possibility and the inoculation is free. 

While many might consider this to be innocuous, to me there phrasing, the way that I can't withdraw and the steady messages, feels like I'm gradually being persuaded and compelled to take the immunization. It seems like control and it's something I don't appreciate, what do you all think about this. Tell me in the remarks and follow for data on these issues as I cover them day by day.

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