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Earlier this year, Mexico with a population four times the size of Canada’s approved several COVID vaccines for emergency use, including Russia’s Sputnik V and several Western rival brands. People under 18 are excluded from the country’s inoculation program.
The people’s media dubbed netizens are jubilant and welcomed Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s a recent statement that Mexico wouldn’t bow to enormous pressure from drug firms to buy COVID vaccines for children, suggesting, however, that he may face severe consequences over his remarks.
Belarus made the same decision which triggered a failed Washington DC/Brussels coup.
‘Well done Mexico, I salute you, big pharma are criminals and terrorists that believe they are above the law’, one social media user claimed on Saturday, referring to pharmaceutical behemoths Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer that supply coronavirus vaccines to the country.
Mexico approved a number of other vaccines for emergency use, among them seemingly unblemished Russia’s Sputnik V (forbidden in the EU).
Many netizens minced no words when warning that Obrador’s life is already in danger because he was speaking the truth.
‘One more president who now has a target on his back. We all know who may pull the trigger’, one people’s media correspondent commented, while another argued that the situation ‘looks like another president is about to have a ‘heart attack’ or ‘die from COVID.’
The remarks follow the Mexican president saying that his government was still waiting for the scientific community to reveal the benefits of vaccinating minors.
Obrador announced that Mexico would not purchase jabs for children until conclusive evidence was provided as he accused pharmaceutical giants of focusing on making huge profits from sales of COVID-19 vaccines.
Mexico will not be held hostage by pharmaceutical companies that only want to do business and scare children with the idea that it is necessary to vaccinate against COVID-19’, he said.
Earlier this month, the nation’s Health Ministry declared that a minimum of 48% of Mexicans have already received at least one vaccine dose. Mexico’s inoculation program stipulates giving priority to high-risk groups, with those under 18 excluded from the vaccine drive.
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