The European Union is tightening measures to raise the vaccination rate in those countries where a large part of the population has not yet been vaccinated against Covid-19. Among other measures are the social cornering of the unvaccinated, who in countries like Germany can only access shops of first necessity or the decree of compulsory vaccination.
Belgium has joined the implementation of this controversial decree. A measure that It will enter into force from next January 1 and that the country’s health sector has not liked anything.
In recent days there have been protests by the health sector against the decree. According to this new law, as of April 1 the unvaccinated may be fired while doctors, nurses and nursing home workers will not be able to carry out their work.
The toilets take weeks manifesting every day in front of the office of the Minister of Health. This Tuesday 4,000 people gathered to protest against the mandatory Covid-19 vaccination measure and the march ended with the police throwing smoke cans because the protesters wanted to enter the Ministry by force.