The Deputy of the State Duma (Russian Parliament) and a member of the Committee for Health Protection, Alexei Koreny, announced that the State Duma is not studying the issue of mass vaccination of Russia's population against "Covid-19".

This cannot be achieved, according to the parliamentarian, unless the virus threatens the lives of a large number of people.

This came in his own words in an interview he made today on the Russian "Sputnik" radio.

The parliamentarian recalled that "Covid-19" does not pose such a threat to people's lives. Therefore, the State Duma does not consider the possibility of mass vaccination, as a severe emergency step affecting human rights and freedom of decision-making.

He pointed out that in civilized countries, they had not used to take such measures before. It can only be applied if the lives of a large number of people are exposed to serious risks. The parliamentarian said that vaccination is a decision that everyone makes voluntarily.

He added that compulsory vaccination is impossible from an organizational, social and medical point of view.

It is reported that the Russian Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko, who has now switched to the self-isolation system for the infection of a loved one with the coronavirus, announced earlier that the process of vaccinating Russia's population against the Corona virus will be voluntary.

Source: Komsomolskaya Pravda

By:Nadeemy Haded

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