According to the tabloid The Sun, the conservative ruler made the comment a day before during a meeting with a group of the leading legislators of his party, and then tried to withdraw it, but apparently the damage had already been done, prompting reactions. Seeing it. Which provoked her unfortunate words.
Global Justice Now director Nick Dden said the prime minister could say that it was a slip, but his comments showed how they reflected the level of understanding of the crisis.
The activist recalled that the success of the vaccination campaign in the United Kingdom, where more than half of the country’s adult population has already received the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccines, ranks first for large investment of public money. And the extraordinary work of scientists of state universities and workers of the National Health Service (NHS). Opposition Labor Party MLA Richard Bergen also criticized Johnson’s statements, recalling that billions of pounds had been invested from public funds in the development of the vaccine.
Social media is also ablaze with comments against the British Prime Minister, whose government has come under fire for dealing with the Kovid-19 epidemic.
How dare Boris Johnson that capitalism and greed are responsible for the vaccination program. The NHS and its staff are the ones who made it possible due to the antagonism of greed and selfishness of the Tories, a Twitter user noted.
One of the Internet users, identified as Barry Spruce, for his part, said that it was precisely greed and capitalism that ‘got us into this mess’, and that it would be the public sector, science and the community. He will get us out of it.
The Prime Minister’s comment is a shame, especially on the day when we remember all those who died during the epidemic, he remarked.
The United Kingdom, which has accumulated more than 126 thousand deaths due to Kovid-19 and infected more than four million 200 thousand, celebrated the anniversary of the first imprisonment with a minute of silence and a National Thinking Day.
The British government, which purchased more than 400 million doses of vaccines for a population of 66 million residents, hopes that by next July all adults over the age of 18 will have the opportunity to be immunized against the disease.
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