The regional government of Galicia in north-western Spain has declared that the controversial coronavirus vaccination should be mandatory for all 2.7 million citizens. The announcement was made by Galicia’s left-wing regional president Alberto Nuñez Feijóo at a press conference on Tuesday. His government has been working on a corresponding bill since November that will mandate the gene-altering mRNA injection to treat a virus 99.8% of people will survive.
Those who refuse to be injected will be fined several thousand euros. If the violation is classified as a “minor offense”, a fine of EUR 1,000 to EUR 3,000 ($1,200 USD to $3,600 USD) is due. In cases where the violation “poses a risk or serious harm to the health of the population”, the fine can range from € 3,000 to € 60,000. ($3,600 USD to $73,000 USD)
As reported in December at RAIR Foundation USA, the names of Spaniards who refuse the Gene Therapy injection, commonly called a “vaccine” will be documented in a special register. The country’s Health Minister, Salvador Illa, said that the authorities will share the list with the European Union and its 27 member states.
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One in three Spaniards do not want to receive the controversial Pfizer-BioNtech vaccination. As previously reported at RAIR, prominent German virologist Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi warned the public of the vaccine’s major risks. These major risks can be grouped into the following four primary buckets.