A huge stir has been caused on social media as something has been said about people being vaccinated. The vaccination issue is very controversial as there are people who believe that the vaccine is good for boosting the immune system and there are those who believe that the immune systems are better off without the vaccine. We are nowhere near these targets," Guterres told the World Economic Forum. "Vaccination rates in high-income countries are, shamefully, seven times higher than in African countries. We need vaccine equity, now," said UN chief Antonio Guterres.
Many people are infuriated and they wonder why he is talking for the whole world, knowing that the President Cyril Ramaphosa will follow whatever has been said it makes people even more worried. People do not want to vaccinate due to various reasons and they should be respected as it was stated that if anything is to happen to you after being vaccinated no one is to be held liable.
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