Video: Opposition parties urge everyone to get vaccinated

The alliance of opposition parties encourages everyone in a video on Facebook to get vaccinated against the corona virus. The ruling party Fidesz responded to the video, saying: the left parties would continue to collect signatures against the Chinese and Russian COVID vaccines, “While left-wing parties keep others from being vaccinated, their politicians stand in line to get vaccinations”.

Members of the opposition parties encourage all Hungarians to get vaccinated in a video. One of them is Ágnes Kunhalmi, co-chair of the Socialists, urges every Hungarian to get the COVID vaccination:

“This is the only way we can defeat the coronavirus and get our lives back”.

Momentum-Chef András Fekete-Győr said the responsibility for what happened in Hungary during the pandemic rests with the Orbán government with its “unlimited power”:

Fidesz is to blame for more than 4,000 healthcare workers leaving hospitals at the height of the pandemic.

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Tímea Szabó, Dialogue-Fraktionsführerin, said Prime Minister Viktor Obán was to blame for the number of COVID deaths relative to population, which hit global highs in Hungary. Instead of taking quick and efficient measures to slow the spread of the virus, she said:

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The Orbán government and its straw men benefited during the pandemic when money was poured into foundations that swallowed public funds, such as the hunting exhibition and hobby football in Felcsút, while tragedy touched more than 20,000 Hungarian families.

Jobbik-Chef Péter Jakab said doctors and nurses “sought help in vain when hundreds of thousands landed on the streets, children were orphaned and companies filed for bankruptcy en masse”.

Even Viktor Orbán and his government cannot take the opportunity to encourage people to vaccinate,

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On the video, Fidesz responded that left-wing parties continue to collect signatures against the Chinese and Russian COVID vaccines.

Fidesz said that while left parties are preventing others from getting vaccinated, “their politicians are standing in line to get vaccinations”.

Fidesz added that one of the representatives of the local left government, who did not accept the available Chinese vaccine, fell ill and died, was “the victim of the irresponsible campaign” by left parties:

Without Eastern vaccines, a million fewer people would be vaccinated in Hungary, as vaccine deliveries in Brussels are slow.

Fidesz called on the left-wing parties to “stop collecting signatures against vaccines and rashly slandering hospitals and clinics”.

(Via: MTI, picture: Facebook)

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