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On the advice of the non-governmental organization Sapari, the woman went to the police. The husband will have to answer for what he did

TBILISI, 18 Jun – Sputnik. In Georgia, an anti-virus man beat his wife for being vaccinated against the coronavirus, writes the lawyer of the non-governmental organization “Sapari” Baia Pataraya on her own Facebook page.

The woman went to the police, after which the man was arrested.

“The man beat his wife because of the vaccination, literally knocked out her teeth. The woman was so scared that we barely persuaded her to tell the police everything,” Pataraya wrote.

The incident happened on June 17th.

A certain part of the citizens of Georgia is negatively disposed towards the vaccination process. The so-called anti-axers have become especially active after the emergence of vaccines against the coronavirus. They argue that these are bad, unfinished drugs, cause many side effects, and the government is experimenting on its citizens. Georgian experts called such statements stupid, filled with hatred towards their own country and citizens.

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