Oportunismo
Com a desculpa de serem “exemplos”, deputados querem obrigar a si mesmos a tomarem a vacina contra a covid-19.
This photo illustration show a syringe referring to the vaccine for fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19), with a representation of the virus in the background, photographed  In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 15, 2020. The Brazilian government announced agreements with the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, and with the Chinese company Sinovac and continues with the tests of the vaccine against Coronavirus (COVID-19) here in Brazil and may have its registration released in June 2021. (Photo Illustration by Allan Carvalho/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
| Foto: Allan Carvalho/Getty Images
This photo illustration show a syringe referring to the vaccine for fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19), with a representation of the virus in the background, photographed  In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 15, 2020. The Brazilian government announced agreements with the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, and with the Chinese company Sinovac and continues with the tests of the vaccine against Coronavirus (COVID-19) here in Brazil and may have its registration released in June 2021. (Photo Illustration by Allan Carvalho/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
| Foto: Allan Carvalho/Getty Images

Um projeto de lei, de autoria do deputado Alexandre Frota, obriga a vacinação dos deputados e senadores. Só estariam desobrigados da vacinação os congressistas que apresentassem motivos médicos comprovados.

“Não podemos deixar a população se levar por atitudes irresponsáveis de quem quer que seja. Nós, deputados federais, e os senadores da República temos que dar o exemplo nesta campanha de imunização e deveremos, portanto, ser os primeiros a nos imunizar”, afirmou Frota.

 

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