Harmon calls for greater relaxation of vaccine protocols

On the heels of the government’s decision to suspend the recently instituted COVID-19 vaccination protocols for healthcare workers and public transport operators, Opposition Leader Joseph Harmon says more concessions are needed.

“The suspension of some measures by two weeks is insufficient and we call on the PPP to extend and expand the suspension to all measures related to vaccination and for a period of no less than one month,” Harmon said in a statement on Thursday.


Harmon took note of the announcement from the Ministry of Health regarding the suspension of the measures related to vaccination for some workers, while saying that the decision was clearly taken as a means of “temporary appeasement” in light of the strident and condign action of citizens in standing up for their constitutionally enshrined rights.

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