“The gene of opposition”. How the attitude of the government towards the restrictions has evolved

Since the fourth wave of the pandemic began to rise in Poland – we should emphasize that by the government – we hear from the rulers that there will be no stricter restrictions, because the current ones are sufficient. – We are culturally conditioned differently, for many years we have had the gene of opposition in our genes – said Deputy Minister of Health Waldemar Kraska, when asked about restrictions for the unvaccinated, introduced in many European countries.

  • The government’s strategy for the fourth wave, so to speak, has evolved
  • In the summer, the rulers urged vaccinations to protect us from a repeat of the third and previous waves of the epidemic, and warned against an increase in infections in the fourth wave
  • In July and August, they said that any restrictions would be regional and related to the number of vaccinated residents
  • However, as the fourth wave began to kick in, there was a turning point. The government began to argue that stricter restrictions will do nothing and avoids restricting the unvaccinated.
  • More such information can be found on the main page of Onet.pl

– We only want to comply with those restrictions that are in force. If we were all to enforce the existing restrictions, these deaths could be avoided (…). We focused on inspections in public transport and large-format stores. If we do not enforce these restrictions, which are now in force, and we introduce new ones, they will not help us, said Deputy Minister Kraska on the RMF FM radio.

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