Scandals

Why we must resist mandatory vaccines as Boris Johnson scandals escalate – according to Yorkshire Post


Boris Johnson’s management of the Covid and the day-to-day management of his government continue to be called into question.

Even though they are part of an increasingly chaotic government that has arguably reached a political tipping point by becoming the laughing stock of prime-time TV entertainment shows, they are fortunate that most people started taking new health precautions when the new Omicron variant first appeared last month.

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This is evidenced by the reduction of football on the main streets, even at the busiest time of the year, and schools urging parents not to attend traditional nurseries, in order to minimize the risks to public health, to protect the child. NHS and prevent the return of stricter rules. blockages.

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It is this public duty, and this cooperation, that will be critical if the threat of mandatory vaccines – an authoritarian and draconian policy totally at odds with the values ​​of all liberated liberal democracies – is to be negated as the government attempts to push back the multiple scandals on ethics and impropriety.

In addition to preventative overeating measures such as ventilating schools and public buildings, the NHS and science leaders must deploy their own powers of persuasion to reach out to people who for whatever reason are still reluctant to receive their injections. of Covid. .

And it behooves them to do so when every Cabinet minister sees his authority diminished by his association with a Prime Minister whose inattention to detail at every stage of his term, and this pandemic, is no laughing matter for all. those families who have lost loved ones to Covid – or who remain exposed to a virus unlike any other.

Boris Johnson’s management of the Covid and the day-to-day management of his government continue to be called into question.

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