Putin’s Spokesman Expresses Support for Compulsory Vaccination Decreed by Moscow Mayor

After ruling it out numerous times

The decision of several Russian regions on introducing obligatory COVID-19 vaccination for certain groups of citizens is a step in the right direction, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in an interview with Ekho Moskvy radio station on Thursday.

“Considering the situation, this absolutely is [a step] in the right [direction]. This is my personal opinion,” he said, answering a corresponding question.

The spokesman added that he fully supports the recommendation of universities in Moscow and the Moscow Region to only allow vaccinated students, students with antibodies and those with confirmed contraindications to attend classes in person.

“The principle of vaccination not being obligatory generally remains, but we are not very active in getting vaccinated,” Peskov said. “Not because there are no conditions for it, we’ve established all the conditions: we’ve got a great vaccine, we have the vaccination infrastructure considering our widespread geography. But we fail to do it to the necessary extent. So I consider such emergency measures absolutely necessary and justified”.

The government of Moscow and the Moscow Region were the first in Russia to introduce obligatory vaccination against COVID-19 for certain groups of citizens. Regional chief sanitary doctors published the corresponding orders on Wednesday. The Kemerovo Region and the Sakhalin Region followed in their footsteps, also declaring obligatory vaccination of certain population groups.

Source: TASS

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ken
ken
4 months ago

No medical product or procedure should be mandatory for anyone,,, ESPECIALLY experimental ones.

The Supreme Court in the US has found that it is a woman’s prerogative to choose to kill her child on the basis that it’s her body and she has the sole right to decide what is in it.

That right would naturally extend to everyone in the US having the same right to determine what goes in their body. Not government, not the medical nazis;

Especially over a alleged disease which the medical quacks themselves state the recovery rate is that of the flu and that there are several meds out that can assist the recovery. No killer shot necessary.

Of course killing the unborn is ‘THE crime of the 20th century’,,, but regardless, the precedent is there and is correct that each person has a natural right to choose.

Don’t know the kill rate of Russia’s vaccine(s) but it appears they are far less aggressive than those in the West.

Putin is trying everything to increase the population the Soviets killed off in the war and afterwards in the great purge. They killed everyone that didn’t have a hammer and sickle engraved in their forehead.

I don’t think Putin is with the West with the depopulation by democide scheme BUT with that said,,, Napoleon (and Sun Tzu) mention,,, never stop an enemy from making a mistake. And I say it wouldn’t hurt to help him along either!

It is possible that Russia and China are saying they may make it mandatory,,, to provoke the West in doing the same with their real killer drugs. Pure conjecture on my part but it seems only logical. Better than fighting a coming war as far as they are concerned. Sensible… yes?

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Ultrafart the Brave
Ultrafart the Brave
4 months ago

“Considering the situation, this absolutely is [a step] in the right [direction]. This is my personal opinion,”

Good to know that Mr. Peskov qualified this as his personal opinion.

What say the Russian experts on this subject? Has the issue become politicized?

“The spokesman added that he fully supports the recommendation of universities in Moscow and the Moscow Region to only allow vaccinated students, students with antibodies and those with confirmed contraindications to attend classes in person.”

This doesn’t really make much sense at all if the Russian youth are effectively immune to Corona Chan in the same way as their Western counterparts.

So the question again arises – has the issue become politicized?

“…we’ve got a great vaccine, we have the vaccination infrastructure considering our widespread geography. But we fail to do it to the necessary extent.”

Whether Corona Chan vaccines are “necessary” is probably a subjective judgement, even in the Russian context.

The empirical evidence from around the world is already compelling – cheap, safe and effective medicinal remedies exist to rapidly cure Corona Chan, without any “vaccination”being required.

Ivermectin Destroys Corona Chan In Mexico City & India –
[ https://youtu.be/pQiv8I9Peqk?t=2818 ]

Corona Chan – Ivermectin Studies
[ https://c19ivermectin.com/ ]

Corona Chan – HydroxyChloroquine Studies
[ https://c19hcq.com/ ]

Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance – Corona Chan Treatment Protocols
[ https://covid19criticalcare.com/ ]

So once again – has the Corona Chan “vaccination” issue become politicized in Russia?

Jerry Hood
Jerry Hood
4 months ago

In zionazi USrael, the jew decides what’s ” good” for their goyim!!!

Mark
4 months ago

The way I read it, the position “…vaccinated students, students with antibodies and those with confirmed contraindications” includes those persons who have declined vaccination but can demonstrate some acquired immunity through exposure and a positive test for antibodies. ‘Contraindications’ could also consist of a negative test for COVID, which would be reasonable if it were not the PCR test run at 45 cycles. That’s quite a stretch from a hard position that says vaccination is compulsory.

Anti-Empire