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"The debate must be open": Bayrou in favor of compulsory vaccination

2021-12-01T10:30:24.623Z

The High Commissioner for Planning estimated this Wednesday morning that "we will not be able to accept that children are affected by a disease that we have



The debate is mounting in Germany, after the statements of the future Chancellor Olaf Scholz, in favor of compulsory vaccination against Covid-19.

In France, it is François Bayrou who took position this Wednesday morning on BFMTV.

For the High Commissioner for Planning, "we will not be able to accept that children are affected by a disease that we could have avoided".

François Bayrou (@bayrou) on compulsory vaccination:: "My conviction is that this debate must be open" pic.twitter.com/fNMknUdGQS

- BFMTV (@BFMTV) December 1, 2021

“My conviction is that this debate should be open.

This has been my position from the start.

As with all major epidemics, there is a time when medical authorities say that the circulation of the virus must be thwarted at all costs, ”he said.

"I find it hard to see the problem to be honest when you know that we do these mandatory vaccinations for each child who is born," added the boss of the Modem.

Germany's turnaround

Compulsory vaccination against Covid-19, which Germany refused to hear about a few months ago, will be the subject of a bill submitted to parliament before the end of the year in an attempt to curb the outbreak of infections, the future Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced on Tuesday.

Read also Compulsory vaccine against Covid-19: after Austria, could France impose it?

Through this spectacular turnaround, the leading European economy hopes to convince as many citizens as possible to choose the vaccine before it becomes imperative if MEPs decide to do so.

"Too many people have not been vaccinated," Scholz told Bild TV.

Making vaccines compulsory is justified "to protect us all," he added, adding that he wanted parliamentarians to take up the subject and put it to the vote by the end of the year for an entry. in effect in February or March.

Source: leparis

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