The third wave of Covid-19 is advancing in almost all areas, and this Saturday the Buenos Aires governor, Axel KicilloHe announced on his social networks that god positive for coronavirus test. The president reassured about his current state of health, indicating that he feels “Good” and he limited himself to confirming that he has already begun to comply with the rigorous isolation with his family.
“Today I did the Covid test and it was positive. I feel good and together with my family I began the corresponding period of isolation”, Kicillof posted on his Twitter social network account:
Today I took the covid test and it was positive. I feel good and together with my family I began the corresponding period of isolation.
It is very important that we complete schedules and continue to move forward with vaccination. Let’s keep taking care of ourselves.
— Axel Kicillof (@Kicillofok) January 23, 2022
In his message, Kicillof stressed that “it is very important that we complete schemes and continue to advance with vaccination. Let’s continue to take care of ourselves.” However, beyond these tips, the Buenos Aires governor had been this Friday holding various meetings on the Atlantic coast with businessmen and tourist leaders from Villa Gesell and General Madariaga.
This Friday, the Buenos Aires governor had also referred to pediatric vaccination against Covid-19, pointing out that his management seeks to promote it and those radio statements also indicated that there will soon be announcements about returning to school. In this regard, the journalistic inquiries pointed to whether in the province of Buenos Aires the vaccine will be mandatory for students who want to return to the classroom, but Kicillof left that decision on hold, indicating that “The mandatory nature of the vaccine is still under discussion.”
“We are preparing for the return to classes and talking about how we manage to promote vaccination in that segment. There will be announcements”, pointed out Kicillof, alluding to the age group that goes from 3 to 17 years.
In the Buenos Aires government, the one who was in favor of compulsory vaccination was the Minister of Health Nicholas Kreplak, who stated this Friday that “the conditions are given“so that progress is effectively made in requiring students to be vaccinated on a compulsory basis.
This issue of compulsory or non-compulsory vaccinations for minors still divides opinions in the official framework, since the Minister of Health of the Nation Carla Vizzotti spoke out in the first instance against the initiative.
“The mandatory nature of the vaccine is obviously under discussion because it also has to do with the changes that are taking place and what is being learned about this disease, as the virus mutates and as we achieve, through the immunization campaign , deal with it,” Kicillof said and considered that “when the time is right, it will be a task for specialists” to define the issue.
After reiterating that there will be “announcements regarding the return to classes,” the Buenos Aires president pointed out: “There are some countries that are already working with the obligation, we will have to wait for what the specialists resolve. What we cannot do is wait with our arms crossed and that The time to start classes arrives without making every effort to ensure that all children are vaccinated,” added the governor.
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