President of Dominican Republic says it’s a ‘sin’ not to vaccinate against Covid-19

The country is in the midst of an upsurge of contagions, which led the authorities to take measures such as the community vaccination day, and to establish, starting Wednesday, a new and stricter curfew for eight days.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, who received Friday the second dose of the Sinovac covid vaccine, affirmed that not being inoculated against the disease "is a sin".

Abinader, who received the first dose on May 5, received the serum this Friday in a vaccination center installed in the Liceo Benito Juarez in Cristo Rey. After leading in that sector, the launching of the pilot plan of the Integral Strategy of Citizen Security.

Speaking at the event, the governor urged the population to get vaccinated against the disease. He said not getting inoculated "is . . .

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