/“Piss off” the unvaccinated: “It's not my vocabulary”, declares the Belgian Prime Minister
“Piss off” the unvaccinated: “It's not my vocabulary”, declares the Belgian Prime Minister

“Piss off” the unvaccinated: “It's not my vocabulary”, declares the Belgian Prime Minister

Alexander De Croo warned, in an interview, against “a policy of division which would consist in going to annoy part of the population”

Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said he wanted to “ annoy the virus and not annoy people “, expressing his disagreement with Emmanuel Macron’s controversial remarks on the unvaccinated , in an interview with the newspaper Le Soir published on Saturday. To read also “Pissing off the unvaccinated”: what is behind this symbolic violence “ Clearly, this is not my vocabulary “, reacted the Belgian leader, asked about the statements of the French president who said he wanted to “ piss off ”the unvaccinated against Covid-19. Alexander De Croo warned against “ a policy of division which would consist in going to annoy part of the population ”. SEE ALSO – Presidential 2022: “The role of a president is to take them, not to piss them off ”, affirms Pécresse

For my part, I think we should annoy the virus and not annoy people ” “ For my part, I think that we should annoy the virus and not annoy people “, he continued, while acknowledging that, “ to annoy the virus, you need as many people as possible to be vaccinated ”. “ I still think that it is better to convince people than to force them “, added the Flemish liberal leader at the head of this country of 11.5 million. inhabitants. To read also Pissing off the unvaccinated: “We feel like we are plague victims” French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday “to fully assume” his remarks made in an interview with Le Parisien on Tuesday, criticizing the unvaccinated who “ make their freedom, which becomes irresponsibility, a slogan ”. Asked about the possibility for Belgium to transform its health pass into a vaccination pass as in France, the Belgian Prime Minister, at the head of a coalition of seven parties, replied that this solution was to be “ analyzed ”. “ But, whatever the decision taken, it seems very important to me to add that the Covid Safe Ticket (Belgian health pass, editor’s note) is and must remain an exceptional, temporary tool “, he said. Read also Covid-19: Belgium gives the green light to the vaccination of children “ The forecasts are still complicated but as public authorities, we must be prepared for the fact that the coronavirus epidemic could last another two or three years “, a-

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