- Editor: Víctor Torres
- Translator: 帅虎、小玉
This Thursday, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, Chairman of the Autonomous Community of Galicia, presented a proposal in the Galician Parliament, The proposal contains the content of compulsory vaccination of the coronavirus vaccine.
The proposal requires a fine of 3,000 euros for those who refuse to be vaccinated or undergo PCR testing after the arrival of the coronavirus vaccine. In addition, the fines for serious violations range from 3,000 to 60,000 Euros, including refusing to provide support or assistance to the authorities and failing to follow the authorities’ instructions.
The filing of the proposal has raised concerns about the safety of vaccines. On the one hand, given that the coronavirus vaccine is still in the initial release stage, the sample size is small, and the test time is short, it is difficult to determine the effectiveness and safety after a large-scale use. On the other hand, due to the lack of research on antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) in vaccines at this stage, vaccination has certain risks. ADE refers to the binding of some sub-optimal antibodies (generally non-neutralizing antibodies that can bind to the virus) with the virus. Later, the Fc segment of the antibody binds to the Fc receptor expressed on the surface of immune cells, which makes it easier for viruses to enter immune cells.
In addition, whether the proposal is suspected of infringing on citizens’ constitutional rights is also worth discussing.