In Adygea many people against the decision to compulsory vaccines

According to the operational headquarters of Adygea compulsory vaccination against coronavirus has been introduced in the republic for people aged 60 and over. 

It is noted that the chief state sanitary doctor in Adygea, Sergei Zavgorodniy, signed a decree on conducting preventive vaccinations of certain groups of citizens for epidemic indications.

The document, in particular, talks about the need to vaccinate against COVID-19 for people aged 60 and over, people with chronic diseases, and people living in social service organizations. 

The decision was made in connection with the unfavorable epidemiological situation with the coronavirus and the ongoing the threat of the spread of COVID-19 ", - the headquarters informs.

On information circulated on various social networks there are many people in the republic who disagree with the decision and say that the obligation to vaccinate against corona virus is contrary to the constitution of the Russian Federation and they intend to send a letter to the Attorney General of the Republic to overturn this decision.