Human Rights Ombudsman in Russia Tatyana Moskalkova advocated the introduction of restrictions for anti-addicts. She stated this in the air TV channel NTV.
“To be vaccinated or not to be vaccinated is a human right, everyone has the right to dispose of his health and his life, but we cannot but take into account the interests of the nation as a whole, the interests of the majority of people, therefore, if a person is not vaccinated, he must accept the conditions of certain restrictions”, – she stated.
The Ombudsman believes that it is impossible to force people to be vaccinated, but most of the society, according to her, considers it necessary to guarantee protection against the increased risks associated with possible infection.
She also called on people who refuse vaccination to respect the position of those who were vaccinated “not only for themselves, but also in order to protect more people from the possibility of contracting this terrible disease.”
Earlier, Moskalkova opposed the too frequent use of detention as a preventive measure. She stated that she was going to apply to the prosecutor’s office with this issue, and also noted that detention in a pre-trial detention center should be applied only in the most extreme cases.
On December 6, the State Duma announced the pointlessness of introducing new restrictions due to the spread of the coronavirus.
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