A vaccination center located in Nice has been tagged by opponents of the Covid-19 vaccine. Attributing this act to “anti-vaccine conspirators”, Mayor Christian Estrosi announced that the city and the Metropolis were going to file a complaint.
On the night of June 30 to July 1, the Las Planas Covid-19 vaccination center located on Boulevard Comte-de-Falicon in Nice was tagged by activists opposed to the Covid-19 vaccine, the daily reported. regional Nice morning.
Among the inscriptions on the tent of the vaccination center as well as on the furniture: “Shame on you”, “The vaccine kills”, “Get out of there” or “Fuck vaccine”. Reacting on Twitter on July 2, the mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi, denounced this act by attributing it to “anti-vaccine conspirators”. The elected official also announced that the city of Nice and the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis would lodge a complaint.
According to the city councilor, quoted by Nice morning, it would be “a reaction to [sa] desire to impose a health pass ”. “At a time when the government is considering whether to make vaccination compulsory, and where there is a risk of a fourth wave looming, we cannot accept that anti-vaccine conspirators make us take the risk. The perpetrators and accomplices must be identified and condemned, ”he declared.
Olivier Véran ensures that compulsory vaccination does not concern “the general population”
These degradations were committed while the debate around a potential vaccine obligation has agitated the political class and the media for several days. A bill is reportedly in preparation to make vaccination against Covid-19 compulsory for healthcare workers and senators are in favor of extending this obligation to all individuals aged 24 to 59.
During a trip to Villeneuve-la-Garenne (Hauts-de-Seine) on July 2, the Minister of Health Olivier Véran reassured the French by stressing that if the debate on the vaccination obligation for caregivers was well on the table, it was not “for the general population”.
On November 24, 2020 during his address to the French, Emmanuel Macron also ruled out any hypothesis of compulsory vaccination. “Vaccination must be done in a clear, transparent way, by sharing all the information at each stage: what we know, like what we don’t know. I also want to be clear: I will not make vaccination compulsory, ”he said.