During the National Adress last night (Sunday 28 November) South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the government is currently holding serious discussion about the possibility of making Corona Virus (Covid-19) vaccines mandatory in the country for specific activities and locations.
"Government has set up a task team that will undertake broad consultations on making vaccination mandatory for specific activities and locations." - Said the South African President.
However, as you can already imagine, a lot of South Africans are not happy about the possibility of Corona Virus vaccines being made mandatory in the country, as they feel that it is a violation of their rights.
"Discussion | Should vaccines be mandatory?" - eNCA.
Earlier today the official eNCA Twitter account asked people what they think about mandatory vaccines, and this is how some South Africans responded...
"are they gonna ammend the constitution if it becomes compulsory?"
"No, we’ve survived this long, it should be an individual choice."
"Absolutely not. It’s completely impractical regarding essential services and supply chains."
"We will fight this mandatory vaccination. The government won't win this fight"
"Vaccinating for public good/health is illogical because a vaccinated person may both transmit and become infected with Covid."
Sources References | https://twitter.com/eNCA/status/1465272550464835586?t=1t5T-H3_ury_v1n4ZXhMKw&s=19
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