The Governor of Buenos Aires, Axel Kisilov, indicated that he had publicly requested that Horacio Rodriguez Larreta be vaccinated, because Portio’s head of government had not yet been vaccinated, and that this request was made “before several rulers.”
“I think it still coexists today in some media, and with an echo in some of the leaders and reviewers of macrismo The campaign against the vaccine is very intense. “Kisilov said in an interview with Radio Nacional.
In addition, the district chief indicated that the Sputnik V vaccine used in the vaccination plan at the national level and in the Buenos Aires region, “It is approved for those over 60 and there is no age limit.”
“I have already said that a campaign against the vaccine is outside the framework of politics and good habits,” Kisilov asked. “It sucks.”
Then he added: “Those who previously told us that the vaccines that we will bring will not work now will not be angry because a few have come or because we are doing publicity and promotion campaigns, such as vaccinating people from recognition regions, because you are still looking at people who say ‘I don’t want to be vaccinated’ With this vaccine or such a vaccine. “If ANMAT approves, you will not have to see the original but it bears the stamp of quality and efficacy that allows us all to trust that and get vaccinated, and this is what we wanted to show.”
Kicillof, in this sense, noted that many leaders with responsibilities in the official coalition have implemented the Sputnik V vaccine and emphasized that one of the motivations for doing so is the response, with the vaccination itself, to the campaign that has been circulating across the networks and that they have supported it. “This vaccine (from Sputnik) is practically killing you.”
“We will continue to work so that part of the population who has misleading information can get vaccination with the arrival of the vaccine,” he added.
In a position similar to that of the Governor, National Senator Mariano Ricaldi (FdT-CABA) indicated that Rodriguez Larita “had to be vaccinated, he had to take care of himself and others.”