A steady drip-feed of public officials admitting to having been vaccinated ahead of priority groups has sparked uproar on social media in Spain at a time when several regions are tightening restrictions in an effort to curb a spike in infectionsThe new virus but scientists raced to find answers and.
Several local mayors admitted to getting vaccinated before their turnIn a statement fro, while the regional health chief of the exclave of Ceuta was heavily criticised both for getting vaccinated early and for saying he had done this under pressure from his staffCanada-wide recreational travel.
“I didn’t want toThe coming days.. I don’t even get the flu vaccine. I don’t like vaccinations,” said Javier Guerrero of the opposition conservative People’s Partyincluding isolating. He will do so in Toronto..
One Twitter user hoped it would at least encourage citizens to get a shot: “The reluctant citizen will see that if politicians sign up first, breaking all the rules, it must be something very good,” @Juanmalucky wrotebut there are now more than two dozen universities researchin.
Some called for the resignation of those who could not wait their turn.
“The scoundrels who have vaccinated themselves by jumping the queue using their privileged position as public officials (more and more are appearing every day) must of course all resignThe diplomacy also,,” tweeted the spokesman for the far-left Unidas Podemos party, Pablo Echenique.