Vaccination in Spain is voluntary, although vaccination may be forced under certain special circumstances. Amós José García Rojas, president of the Spanish Vaccination Association, explained why it is best not to force society to autoimmune.
I have always been one of those people who think it’s better not to touch it if you work well.For me, this idea is a starting point for analysis Mandatory or voluntary vaccination In front of Coronavirus disease. Is there a debate for or against vaccines between health professionals and the public?
Honestly, my answer is no. Those who doubt the applicability of these vaccines are actually questioning the scientific knowledge itself. Therefore, these questions are flooding among minority groups that are not related to science and are closer to beliefs.
If we review the investigation in the months before receiving the vaccine, a large proportion of citizens are reluctant to receive the vaccine initially. Since these products have arrived and they have been confirmed to be safe, and the possible side effects are expected and discovered in clinical trials, therefore, Insist on vaccination It grows exponentially.
Information before the question
The problem now is not just that some citizens do not want to be vaccinated, and now there is no vaccine for everyone who wants to be vaccinated. In addition, it should be pointed out that among the reluctant people, there are many people who need information.
And there is one of the main keys: education. If we do not do this and impose economic sanctions on these citizens, we will have greater resistance to inoculation.
Given that we have a good vaccination program, mandatory implementation of this measure can create “Antibody‘Generate greater rejection. More importantly, we may economically harm those departments that have questions and need simple and complex things (such as good communication).
Amos José García Rojas (Amos José García Rojas) He is the President of the Spanish Association of Vaccinations (AEV) and the head of the Epidemiology and Preventive Services Department of the General Directorate of Public Health of the Canary Islands.