Not all parliamentarians were vaccinated against coronavirus
Rada will vaccinate against coronavirus / Photo: Collage: Today
The exact number of MPs who were vaccinated against coronavirus will become known on November 15. This was announced by the head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Healthcare, the newspaper Censor.NET writes.
“Now the number of those who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus is about 40%. Such data are given from the words of the deputies, but on November 15 we will know exactly how many deputies have been vaccinated, who have a certificate in Diya,” said Radutsky …
He also noted that there are fewer ideological anti-vaccinators among the deputies than among the general population.
“Recently, a poll was conducted, which showed that about 49% do not support vaccination. Among the deputies, there are no more than 10-15% of such. Better than in the whole country, let’s say,” Radutsky said.
According to him, the anti-vaccination deputies can neither stop being allowed to attend the Rada meetings, nor deprive them of their salaries.
“Therefore, we left the deputies the same choice as for other people: either you have a covid certificate; or a PCR test not older than 72 hours, or an antigen test not older than 49 hours. Well, or a certificate from a doctor (which, as Fedorov promises, from November 8, he will also be in Diya) that you recovered from COVID-19 no more than 3 months ago, “he summed up.
On November 2, at an extraordinary meeting, the Verkhovna Rada adopted Resolution No. 6154 by 279 votes, according to which, in connection with the quarantine, the rules for admission to parliament are changed.
To enter the Rada, you must have:
- COVID certificate of vaccination with one or more doses of vaccine;
- foreign COVID vaccination certificate;
- a negative result of a PCR test (done 72 hours before presentation) or a rapid antigen test (done no more than 48 hours before);
- a certificate of recovery from coronavirus (valid for six months from the date of recovery).
Anti-vaccination rallies in Ukraine
- On November 3, a rally of opponents of vaccination against coronavirus was held in Kiev. Among the slogans – “For the restoration of law and order in Ukraine!”, “For the prohibition of compulsory medicine!”, “For the proper education of our children!” They blocked the entire government quarter so that the deputies walk to work and get wet.
- In Zaporozhye, opponents of vaccination against COVID-19 rallied under the walls of the regional council. People also opposed the “medical experiment”. They do not understand why those who have antibodies to coronavirus need to be vaccinated, and why no one is responsible for the consequences that may occur after the vaccine.
- In Kharkiv on November 3, people protested against COVID vaccination.
Note that not all MPs comply with quarantine restrictions. In Odessa, at the beginning of the session of the City Council, of the 54 registered deputies, 16 were in the session hall without masks. Then the number of “maskless” deputies increased to 30.
We also wrote about how the deputies relate to those who are categorically against vaccination against coronavirus.
The situation with the coronavirus in the Rada
- According to People’s Deputy Mikhail Radutsky, politicians are vaccinated on cameras, but whether they were actually vaccinated – no one knows.
- At the moment, a mobile brigade is working in the Verkhovna Rada, which vaccinates people’s deputies, assistants, employees of the Verkhovna Rada Administration and journalists. The infrastructure necessary for this is also being created, vaccination points have been opened within the parliament, and public vaccination points will be located in hotels subordinate to the parliament.
- As of November 1, seven people’s deputies and 21 employees of the Verkhovna Rada Administration are sick with coronavirus.
Source From: Segodnya
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