Radutsky recalled that soon new restrictions will be introduced in parliament – some deputies will have problems
Some “servants” are afraid of being vaccinated and believe in fairy tales. Collage “Today”
The coronavirus has entered the Verkhovna Rada again, and the country’s epidemic situation is close to critical. At the same time, there are opponents of vaccination in the Servant of the People faction, they even believe in chipping.
The chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Health, “servant” Mikhail Radutsky told reporters about this, UNIAN reports.
According to him, this week they may introduce restrictions on admission to parliament – they will be allowed only with a covid certificate, a PCR test or a certificate of recovery. But it scares some “servants” less than “chipping”.
“I am vaccinated. Conscientious people are all vaccinated. But you know that we have people in our faction who believe that this is ‘chipping’, that the virus does not exist.”, – said Radutsky.
The People’s Deputy stressed that the quarantine in parliament will enter into force with a delay for technical reasons, but no later than November 15. He clarified that this is due to the current lack of technical capabilities for checking covid certificates – so as not to create queues on the street at the entrance to the Rada.
The situation with the “crown” in Ukraine is getting worse
- Almost every day in Ukraine there are new records for mortality and morbidity. For example, over the past day, 22,415 new cases of coronavirus were detected, and 546 Ukrainians died.
- The peak incidence of COVID-19 is predicted for the end of October – mid-November. Over the week, the number of deaths from coronavirus in Ukraine increased by 22%, and the number of new cases of the disease increased by 11%. To date, the occupancy rate of COVID beds is 57%.
- Politicians are also preparing to fight the “crown” – in the Rada they want to impose strict restrictions on deputies in quarantine. The new rules will apply to journalists as well.
- And in early September, at that time, the speaker of parliament Dmitry Razumkov again fell ill with covid.