A lady has said that the recent decision by Ramaphosa's administration to allow children to take vaccines without their parents' knowledge is unfair.
Recently, the government of South Africa allowed underage children to take vaccines even without their parents' permission. This decision has raised concerns all over the country with people complaining. SABC news in a recent tweet said that the decision may force parents to sue the government in court.
“#ICYMI: The decision by the government to allow underage teens to vaccinate without parental consent will most likely lead to court challenges by aggrieved parents. #COVID19 #vaccination,” says SABC.
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Reacting to the reports, the Twitter user said, “What the government is doing to our country is totally unfair. First, they say it's your choice. Now they're telling us it's wise to vaccinate children, but children hayibo they're side effects, how much more to children? The president and the minister of health, please consider this,” says the Twitter user.
Some parents are already angry by the decision because they believe some children are underage to take the vaccine which may have adverse effects on them. The government needs to review their new decision to avoid some problems in South Africa.
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