The vaccination campaign against Covid-19 has been a much discussed topic. On Twitter, Clerici intervened underlining the importance of vaccination, which was followed by a controversial comment by Heather Parisi.
Many are having their say on Covid-19 vaccines. From the outset, there are those who take a stand against vaccination policy and those who understand the importance of vaccination.
Regardless of personal opinions, it is the experts who specify the importance of making the vaccine to fight against a common enemy. Those with the right skills have repeatedly decided to intervene to reassure those who have more fears about the actual safety of the vaccine, as well as the effectiveness of the last one.
Despite this and after the awareness-raising policies, there are those who choose not to get vaccinated. So, it is also public figures who intervene with the aim of using their notoriety for the common good.
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It is the case of Antonella Clerici, who wrote on Twitter:
I don’t think any of us did the vaccine lightly. We did it out of a sense of responsibility for the most fragile community. Because if it were not for science we would die at thirty, because my freedom ends where that of the other begins. “
Clear and direct words those of the Clerici, which have found great support from many followers. However, there is a slice of people who disagree with the presenter, including another TV personality: Heather Parisi.
Heather Parisi: “Enough moral blackmail”
Shortly after the tweet of the Clerici, Heather Parisi wanted to intervene, referring explicitly to the tweet of Antonella, telling her about it.
An attack on Antonella Clerici which for now has chosen not to pronounce, but which could replicate given the important issue and given the fact that it was directly involved Parisi:
Enough moral blackmail. Pharmaceutical companies and science agree that vaccines do not avoid taking / transmitting the virus but only relieving symptoms. It is not an act of responsibility for others but a protection for oneself and must be the result of a free choice.
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