Protests In Guyana Over Vaccine ‘Coercion’

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Stabroek News:– Shouting through their masks “Our body! Our choice!” and “No to mandatory vaccination,” scores of persons yesterday protested government’s COVID-19 vaccination policy which requires those seeking walk-in services at state agencies to show proof of inoculation.

Just around noon yesterday, protestors congregated at the Square of Revolution in Georgetown, and marched through the streets of Mackenzie and Wismar in Linden, calling for the PPP/C government to reverse the measures.

At the Square of the Revolution, the protestors were joined by APNU+AFC Members of Parliament Christopher Jones, Coretta Mc Donald, and Natasha Singh.

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