Coronavirus: the stigmatization of the unvaccinated risks radicalizing them, according to Bouchez

It is “not correct” to speak of “selfish and irresponsible” since vaccination is not mandatory, he added, seeing a risk of radicalization in the unvaccinated if they are “stigmatized or insulted”.

Lhe president of MR Georges-Louis Bouchez took issue with Monday against the speeches this weekend by Liberal Prime Minister Alexander De Croo and Walloon Minister-President Elio Di Rupo (PS) pointing to the responsibility of the unvaccinated , and repeated its reluctance to extend the health pass in Wallonia, to which however the vice-president MR of the Walloon government, Willy Borsus, seems to be resolving.

Speaking of an epidemic of the unvaccinated as M. De Croo did on Friday at the end of the Consultation Committee, “I do not agree, and it is not scientifically entirely correct” since the vaccinated can still contaminate, affirmed Mr. Bouchez in Matin Première (RTBF).

It is “not correct” to speak of “selfish and irresponsible” since vaccination is not mandatory, he added, seeing a risk of radicalization in the unvaccinated if they are “stigmatized or insulted”.

As for the health pass (Covid Safe Ticket), which Mr. Borsus is now also considering extending to the south of the country for certain highly targeted sectors such as the hospitality industry, Georges-Louis Bouchez questions its effectiveness.

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