In Spain a “register” for those who refuse the vaccine: “It will be shared with EU countries”

L’UnioneSarda.it:

The register will not be public, but sharing it with other European countries could lead to a travel ban

The news was in the air for days, now it’s official.

In Spain there will be a register of people who refuse the Covid vaccine.

The vaccine will not be mandatory, said Health Minister Salvador Illa, but whoever decides not to do so will be included in a “register” which will then be shared with other European Union countries.

The document – another clarification of the minister – “will not be public” and will be compiled “in full respect of privacy”.

But the fact that it will be shared with other EU countries may lead to a ban on travel for those who refuse the drug. Not to mention the fact that Spain’s decision could pave the way for similar measures in other European countries.

The document – another clarification of the minister – “will not be public” and will be compiled “in full respect of privacy”.

But the fact that it will be shared with other EU countries may lead to a ban on travel for those who refuse the drug. Not to mention the fact that Spain’s decision could pave the way for similar measures in other European countries.

Read more at L’UnioneSarda.it

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