The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, He has spoken about the case of the Serbian tennis player, Novak Djokovic and the mandatory nature of coronavirus vaccines.
“No country can give lessons to anyone“, President Sánchez expressed referring to the coronavirus pandemic. “We all have to learn from everyone,” he added.
President Sánchez has given a press conference after the meeting with the German chancellor, Olaf Scholz. Both leaders have spoken about the Serbian tennis player, Djokovic, who will not be able to play the Australian Open.
Scholz has stated that this is a decision of the Australian courts and that the established rules must be respected. A few words signed by the President of the Executive, who assures that the rules “are there to be fulfilled” and that no one is “above” them.
“If those are the standards that the Australian government has approved, they have to be met,” he declared.
Is the Covid-19 vaccine mandatory?
On ‘flu‘ of Sars-CoV-2, states that they are not talking about changing “overnight” the way of managing the pandemic: “We do say that over the next few months, we are going to have to address, as science tells us, slowly but surely, how do we begin to manage this pandemic from other parameters?
“Regarding the debate on the mandatory or non-mandatory nature of the Covid-19 vaccine, it is each society, each Government, who has to address it, because each society responds to this debate in a different way,” explained Pedro Sánchez.
Spain currently has more than 90% of the target population with a complete regimen and the third dose of the vaccine is already being administered, the administration of which is approved for everyone over 18 years old.