Divide between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated grows: WHO

Divide between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated grows: WHO

A senior official at the World Health Organisation has warned against stigmatization that could emerge as the divide between vaccinated and unvaccinated people within communities or societies grows. This sentiment was echoed by an official at GAVI- The Vaccine Alliance who reiterated their view that vaccinations were an individual choice despite the urgent public health implications not getting vaccinated might have. This, as the federal government, the military, companies, and cities in the United States increasingly demand employees are vaccinated to be able to return to work or mandate it for entry into indoor facilities like restaurants and gyms.

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