Muslim Professionals are Opposing Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccines

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The Association of Muslim Professionals of South Africa (AMPSA) has criticised President Cyril Ramaphosa and his administration for what it calls indirectly forcing people to get vaccinated against Covid-19, despite prior statements that getting vaccinated will be purely voluntary and have no consequences should individuals not be inoculated.

However, since the initial statements were made about the Covid-19 vaccine being voluntary, the government has started to implement laws that restrict an individual’s right not to take jab, either by workplaces enforcing a ‘mandatory vaccine policy’, un-vaccinated persons being banned entry to set places and now some medical doctors refusing to treat them.

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Guest: Yousha Tayob, Association of Muslim Professionals of South Africa attorney


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