Strong words from the Prime Minister: “The unvaccinated are responsible for maintaining strict rules”

Strong words from the Prime Minister: “The unvaccinated are responsible for maintaining strict rules”
Strong words from the Prime Minister: “The unvaccinated are responsible for maintaining strict rules”

Prime Minister Alexander De Croo raised his tone on Friday, at the end of the consultation committee, to denounce the low vaccination rate in the Brussels Region and the danger, for society, caused by those who do not get vaccinated.

The Consultation Committee decided on Friday to relax measures to combat the coronavirus. And Prime Minister Alexander De Croo to explain that they were the direct result of high level of vaccination “ in Belgium. “OIt is at the stage where we can take decisions concerning the wearing of the compulsory mask which is in fact one of the last restrictions which existed in certain places in our country “, he congratulated himself.

But the vaccination situation remains mixed, he explained, with a vaccination coverage rate “well below the 50% threshold “in certain Brussels municipalities”. “This situation is neither acceptable nor sustainable”, he said. And Alexandre de Croo to point the finger at the responsibility of non-vaccinated people: “Those who have not been vaccinated are the people responsible for the fact that the rules remain strict in some places. Whoever does not get vaccinated today, he is endangering his own life and he is also endangering his life. others”.

The Prime Minister stressed that the figures are not moving in the right direction in places where the vaccination rate is lower. “This epidemic is turning into an epidemic of people who are unvaccinated, he hammered. We cannot accept it, we cannot accept that people make the choice to put other people in danger. Intensive care has become a place where we bring together people who are not vaccinated. ”

 
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