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Unexpected Turn ||If Your Not Vaccinated In The Next Coming Weeks, This is What To Expect || See Why

Date:08/12/2021

Source:eNCA News

People are now advised that they must get themselves jabbed before the government starts using force vaccination. This is because If more people are not vaccinated before the end of this year then people will be forced to vaccinate or else they will lose their jobs.

This comes after the president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa gave a great warning to the people about the dangers of not being vaccinated. This is because if people are not willing to vaccinate after the end of this year then most people will be stripped of their jobs position.

It is not yet known when will the government exercise this process as the population of South Africa is more than the number of people jabbed. This is because enforcing 25 million people to be jabbed might be a huge problem. This is because The number of people who will be enforced to vaccinate also have the right not to do so.

There is something that needs to be addressed before people start taking decisive steps. This is because the country has been suffering from a lack of job creation as the unemployment rate is high. People of South Africa have the right to deny the vaccine jab and the ability to refuse vaccination as it has nothing to do with their job status.

People have been receiving threats from those who have been vaccinated against the virus. This is because a lot of people haven't been vaccinated as they are occupying high-paying jobs and this means they will be forced to step down. This also includes doctors and accountants who haven't found it in their hearts to vaccinate.

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