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RT published this video item, entitled “Anti-vaccine passport protesters pelt MP with SEAWEED” – below is their description.
Something smells fishy about this protest.
A lawmaker on the French island of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon was left feeling a bit salty after falling foul of a group protesting vaccine passports. The crowd had gathered outside Stephane Claireaux’s home, furious with the government’s plan to implement further Covid-19 restrictions. When Claireaux came out to address them, they decided to use nature’s bounty to get their point across.
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In This Story: Vaccine Passports
The concept of vaccine passports was established following the development of vaccinations for Covid-19, in several jurisdictions. While the schemes differ in precise implementations across the globe, those which do operate focus on identifying vaccinated individuals in order to allow them fewer restrictions, for example travel or access to enclosed spaces.
These schemes are somewhat controversial, as a minority view them as restricting freedoms; or an expression of “nanny state” or big state interference in ordinary lives. Others, those who are against vaccination, feel they are too forceful a pressure upon people to become vaccinated.
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