Attack on Boris Johnson Antivox ‘Kipperish’

During a visit, the Prime Minister urged the British to vaccinate as the country was experiencing an epidemic.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson attacked antivoxes and their “idleness” on Thursday, urging the British to vaccinate against Govt-19 as tensions mount in the hospital system.

During a visit to a vaccination center in Northampton (central England), the head of the Conservative government pointed out that “probably 30, 40%” of hospital patients with goiter were not “vaccinated.”

I would also like to say to the anti-tax activists who publish these jokes on social media that they are the ones who did the wrong thing, Boris Johnson said.

“The majority” of intensive care patients were not vaccinated, and “most did not have a booster dose,” he continued, throwing out what seemed to be his biggest burden against vaccine opponents.

However, he reiterated his involvement in the voluntary approach in the UK, where vaccination is mandatory only for health workers and nursing homes, where other European countries have opted for “control”.

“People who say anything”

“What a tragedy it is to have this pressure on the NHS (UK Public Health Organization), all the hardships that our doctors and nurses face, it is utterly wrong for people to talk nonsense about the vaccine,” he continued. “I think what they are doing is challenging the government,” he said. It’s time to dump her.

Faced with an epidemic outbreak due to the Omigron variant, the United Kingdom currently records a record level of pollution of 200,000 cases per day. It is also one of the few countries where nearly 150,000 people have died since the outbreak. The UK has given a booster dose to 60% of the population over the age of 12, while more than 82% have received the double vaccine.

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