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Ramaphosa said no one is forced to take vaccines but look what is happening in Limpopo.

The Limpopo health MEC is doing anything In her power to get people vaccinated. Many people are refusing to take vaccines due to the fact that they believe in conspiracy theories saying that vaccines are Killing people, which might true or not true. However the Limpopo MEC is not giving up without a fight.

Some couple of months ago the Limpopo MEC Mrs Phophi ramathuthuba was making headlines saying that people who are unvaccinated won't be allowed to buy booze as they are putting other people at risk. However her Claims didn't go further as many citizens were planning a riot as they believe that the government is enforcing them to take vaccines indirectly.

Yesterday she allegedly dropped a bombshell on the unvaccinated residents of Limpopo as she announced a new rule which doesn't favour them at all. She said that people who are unvaccinated are putting the nurses and doctor's lives at risk so they won't be allowed to access public clinics and hospitals. She said those words during an interview with the Limpopo mirror.

After the Limpopo mirror published their interview with her on social media. Many people were left Devastated and they went on to express their anger in the comment section. Some said that Phophi Ramathuthuba is a dictator while others said that they don't believe in the existence of Covid 19. See comments below:

In my opinion I think that the government is trying to dictate the citizens because the hospital bills are paid by taxpayers and many people who aren't vaccinated yet don't pay tax. Mrs Phophi Ramathuthuba is abusing power because she's violating the rights of the citizens by denying them access to health centres. 

What's your view about this issue of the health MEC denying unvaccinated people access to hospitals. Don't forget to leave your thoughts in the comment section. 


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Limpopo MEC Phophi Ramathuthuba Ramaphosa


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