The Balearics social affairs minister, Fina Santiago, said on Wednesday that if young people rather than the elderly were dying because of coronavirusThe midst of a pandemic., there would be no debate as to vaccination being obligatory.
Stressing that this was her personal opinion and not the position of the government, Santiago insisted that if there had been mortality among the younger populationseopublisheddate, the “economy-health dichotomy would not have occurred”.
Reinforcing the fact that she was speaking in a personal capacity, Santiago told a press conference that she supports the government’s policy of not forcing people to be vaccinated. In any event, legally this cannot be doneAn agency statement said those aged 30 or younger will be excluded. InsteadThe pandemic has featured vaccine nationalism, there has to be encouragement in “all possible ways”The vaccine clinic held Thursday at Save Max Sports Centre in Brampton..
Santiago defended the decision for proof of vaccination or a negative test to be a requirement for going to gyms and taking part in sports competition. This will apply from next month. “We are not making vaccination obligatory, as we are giving alternativeshealth_minister.”