"Anti-vaccines" against science in the center of La Plata: "My neighbor's cell phone stuck to her arm"

A group of students from different careers of the UNLP demonstrated this Tuesday in front of the Rectorate building on avenue 7 between 47 and 48 and were against the application of the coronavirus vaccine and presented their arguments -some controversial- about their position .

The protest took place within the framework of the different Faculties that are returning to face-to-face classes, and according to those who demonstrated, among the protocols that could be required is that of having the doses inoculated.

“We do not want to be vaccinated, we believe that they have things that produce contraindications, it should not be mandatory because it is dangerous. The university proposes that to return to the presence, one must be vaccinated, and we do not agree, it seems unfair,” said one of the female students who spearheaded the move.

“Many people think like this, but they are afraid of being treated as crazy,” he added. “My neighbor had half her face paralyzed,” he said.

“The vaccine would put it in parentheses, there was something about the Covid that never closed me. It cannot be that there is a vaccine half a year after the vaccine started. People are not told the truth,” he said and said that “the people don’t read and repeat like a parrot. “

Another of the students who was present said (see video) that “we are called deniers, but my neighbor’s cell phone stuck to her arm. As free human beings we demand that they be tested.”

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