A few thousand people protested in front of the National Assembly on Saturday to express their disagreement over the introduction of the first vaccine passport since September.
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These opponents rallied against the use of this measure, which aims to verify vaccination evidence in companies such as gyms and restaurants.
The vaccine passport will come into effect from September 1.
“We’re here: people are vaccinated, not vaccinated. We are a people. We are united. We only do one thing. That’s what matters in all of this,” said one of the organizers of the walk.
“I think we need to have transparency. We’re listening to the debate. I’m not alone. Look: there are a lot of people.
Of the people there, some are vaccinated, others are not. In their opinion, the implementation of the vaccine passport is a discriminatory measure.
“Vaccinated or not vaccinated, it’s not. The problem is, we create a division among the people, we create anger, man against man. This is not what works,” he underscores the existence of a citizen.
“Yes, it’s important to say that it’s not just those who are not vaccinated against this passport.
According to the latest statistics from the Luger poll, 80% of adults say they support the idea of a vaccinated passport. On the other hand, one-third of young people between the ages of 18 and 34 have been opposed to the idea of introducing this vaccine passport since early September.
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