Ramaphosa in his statement said that vaccination is not only about protecting one's health or life is also about protecting other people's lives.
“Vaccination is not only about protecting one’s health and life; it is also about protecting others and ensuring we can soon resume many of the activities that have been restricted for these last 18 months,” says Ramaphosa.
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Many South Africans after seeing his tweet, stormed his Twitter page in numbers to express their minds. One of the users who reacted questioned President Ramaphosa that when will he make the taking of vaccines mandatory?
In his words, “When are you making vaccines mandatory? There is no other way out!”
Another user who read his tweet questioned president Cyril Ramaphosa's actions of forcing people to take vaccines. The user who seems to be currently updated on the ongoing Covid-19 death cases alleged that a study in England says that 63% of Coronavirus deaths were vaccinated.
In his words, “I just have a question. How will forcing everyone to be vaccinated achieve this? Vaccinations do not stop transmission so vaccinated people could still get COVID from any other vaccinated or unvaccinated person. A study in England showed that 63% of COVID deaths were vaccinated!”
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With the present struggle for south Africans to take the Corona Virus vaccine that is going on, what do you have to say?
And do you think the vaccination of people would reduce the fast spread of the virus?
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