India "deterrs" those who refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine

 Indian authorities are currently having a headache to solve the problem of people not voluntarily getting vaccinated against COVID-19.

In the face of news about many people's hesitation and involuntary vaccination against COVID-19 in India, the country's central and local governments have made every effort to find ways to raise awareness and awareness. self-consciousness of the people, according to Sputnik news agency (Russia).

When the second wave of epidemics has just subsided, India is urgently preparing both physically and mentally for the third wave of the epidemic. Mr. K. VijayRaghavan - scientific adviser to the Indian government , warned that a third wave is "inevitable" as variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus are increasing.

Because time is running out, the government is rushing to vaccinate people and order more COVID-19 vaccines in bulk.

Even so, many people are still hesitant, afraid and unwilling to go for vaccinations, prompting local authorities to find more creative ways to motivate people.

Indian police stick a warning with skull and crossbones on people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19

Indian police stick a warning with skull and crossbones on people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19

In Niwari district in Madhya Pradesh state, people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 will be "marked" by police with a message with a skull and crossbones on them to warn those around.

According to images and videos shared on social media, the message on the board that people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 must wear is: "Stay away from me, I haven't got the COVID-19 vaccine yet- 19".

They were also forced to read the warning message out loud, and pledge to get injections within two days.

Meanwhile, the government also has a way of commending those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 - it is a sticker with 3 colors of green, white and orange of the Indian flag with the words: "I am a lover real water because I've been vaccinated."

Local officials say the campaign is merely symbolic to raise public awareness of the importance of getting vaccinated against COVID-19. To date, India has only vaccinated at least one dose of the vaccine for 4.2% of the population aged 18-44, and more than 60% of the population over 45 years of age has been vaccinated.

According to Sputnik

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