MP Andrew Murrison is asking the UK government’s vaccine to consider mandating the flu vaccine before allowing young people to enter crowded venues.
The conservative MP said: “22,000 people died from seasonal flu in 2017-18. The modeling suggests this year’s season will start early, be severe and will effect younger people than COVID, a demographic that tends to go to mass events”
He then asked: “So have the government also been considering mandating proof of flu vaccination?”
Summit News reports: Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi didn’t directly answer the question but said on the subject of the flu, “The operational plan is to go early, early September, for both COVID boost and for the flu campaign.
As previously highlighted, the list of venues that could mandate proof of COVID vaccination in the UK is already expanding, but this is the first time that the public figure has suggested flu shots should also be made compulsory for entry.
If you thought they’d leave you alone If you took the COVID-19 jab, think again.
Brits who have already taken two shots of the coronavirus vaccine are going to be asked to take another “booster” shot before the winter.
Meanwhile, the unvaccinated will be more openly discriminated against the months roll by, before being forced to live under a de facto state of indefinite lockdown.
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