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Theodorikakos: SYRIZA has an obligation to convince Mr. Polakis to be vaccinated

“Our policy is to unite society by convincing thinking citizens,” the former interior minister said.

Takis Theodorikakos addressed a call to the citizens who are still thinking about whether they will make the vaccine to listen to the experts, to talk to people who have gone through the coronavirus experience, and to decide with logic, responsibility, and solidarity.

The former minister and MP of the State of ND noted that the enemy of us all is the pandemic and the goal to preserve the health of citizens, society, and the economy, and the most powerful weapon to achieve it is the vaccine.

“SYRIZA must contribute even more positively by convincing its own executives to go and be vaccinated. “The former Minister of Health, Mr. Polakis, someone from SYRIZA must go and persuade him to stop the anti-vaccination movements,” he said characteristically /

He wondered what he would do today if things were different and he was health minister. “This attitude provokes common sense,” said Mr. Theodorikakos.

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