‘Stay away’: Unvaccinated forced to wear skull and crossbones in rural India

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    Police in one part of rural #India have taken a drastic and controversial measure to try to encourage people to get vaccinated against #Covid-19 by forcing d the non-vaccinated to wear a sign with a skull and crossbones and a message warning others to stay away. The move has provoked an angry response on social media in a country whose #vaccine rollout has been hampered by shortages.

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