Reportage. In the middle of the vaccination campaign and in some places, some Moroccans showed their unwillingness to be vaccinated. They have no shortage of arguments.
largeHis vaccination campaign against Covid-19 in Morocco is progressing well. So far, from a numerical point of view, 4 million Moroccans out of 36 million inhabitants have received at least one dose of the vaccine, which is equivalent to 11% of the country’s population. More than 854,000 people received the second injection. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “Morocco is one of the top ten countries that successfully completed the vaccination challenge against Covid-19. In addition, throughout Africa, so far, this country has vaccinated most people. Recently, due to a slight shortage of vaccine stocks, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has ordered nearly 14 million doses of vaccine: 10 million doses of the Chinese National Medicine vaccine, 2.5 million doses of the British-Swedish vaccine AstraZeneca and one million doses of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V. These orders will make the vaccination campaign for people aged 40 to 55 years old and under 60 take place relatively calmly. In other words, not all Moroccans are ready to receive treatment with Covid-19 antidote. the reason? They are diverse.
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Muhanshin said: “I am a man of faith, and Allah has entrusted this institution to me.” Muhanshin expressed his sympathy for the banned but tolerated Moroccan Islamic movement Al Adl Wal Ihsane. I must take care of it. I don’t know the ingredients of this vaccine. It may contain toxic chemical elements and is even forbidden by our religion. This is why I refused to get vaccinated. Mouhcine’s argument is shared by several Moroccan men and women. There are both illiterate and illiterate. Najib, Fatema, Omar, Khadija… and even Kelthoum, the project manager of a large communications company, are moving in the same direction. “Me, do you want to get vaccinated?” But it won’t go! I know the doctor who has the opportunity to analyze the vaccine. They confirmed to me that it contained alcohol, a large amount of alcohol, and I refused to inject it into my pure mental body…” Kelthoum pretended to admit it to us.
As for Salim, in his auto repair shop, he repeated what he had read on his Facebook page recently to make the content clear and make the choice not to get vaccinated. “For AstraZeneca, I am 100% sure that it contains porcine gelatin! It is the chapel, we agree, don’t we? For Sinopharm, some people talked about a Chinese gene designed to make us all unbelieve! For Sputnik V, big Most people think that it contains a particle that makes us look like vodka…but I’m not sure about this, it tells us Salim, the smile on the feet and the serious eyes. Observation: These theories are here. It is ubiquitous in social networks, not only for religious reasons.
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The Secretary-General of the United Socialist Party (PSU) Nabila Mounib believed at the party headquarters that the press said that Covid-19 would be an invention of mankind, and the vaccine would be there to make people stupid…
“When we are vaccinated, we will receive antibodies, but in most cases, we will also receive nano-elements that affect our mental abilities… or paralyze them. Which is extremely offensive, and the country does not seem to be sensitive to it. ! “.
Like the boss of PSU, there is a 25-year-old scholar, Naoufal. The latter believes that the vaccine will not only be used by the country to make money, but also the famous 5G electronic chip will be implanted! “They want to track us. Be careful. The New World Order must track everyone with the smallest possible posture, stay vigilant and don’t give in! »Persevere in Naufal.
Even in the medical profession, one feels paranoid relative to the system environment. Fatiha (Fatiha) is the nurse’s assistant in the analytical laboratory. She performs PCR testing on patients all day long. But when we talked to her about vaccines, she was still skeptical. “The world of care is very delicate. It should be taken with a grain of salt. There are many worries to get rid of you, but I would rather keep quiet to keep myself here… This vaccine spreads across continents and from one The refrigerator landed on another refrigerator… I let you imagine the state it is in. We. For me, this is a big obstacle. The young woman said: “I won’t manage this…” .
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If we can afford new words, then the vaccine phobia observed from this can penetrate the deep web of conspiracy theories. Naima, a 50-year-old full-time mother, believes that the vaccine is designed to wipe out the vast majority of the population. Her husband Mesaoud, a fisherman in the town of Al Hoceïma, insists that the country wants to replace the poor with robots with this vaccine. His son Faysal believes that the medical profession is not well developed and that this vaccine may damage people’s immune systems. “I am not a guinea pig, and I don’t want to change my genes. Maybe I will change my mind about this vaccine in 4 to 5 years”, The young man explained. Her sister Saida, a high school student, repeats what her friends say to each other on the playground: Obviously, we will insert a chip to fine-tune our position and find out our Location, even guessing our darkest thoughts…. Ullala! It’s so scared. I don’t want anyone to know what I think of my English teacher… So, there is no problem there…” Saida said with a smile.
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Other more logical voices oppose the vaccination campaign, such as Sabrina, who firmly believes that vaccination is useless “sinceMutations in the virus will make the vaccine ineffective.” The same story as Ashraf and Hakim, two students of the Rabat Medical School…