Over 115,000 people (at the time of writing) have called on the British government to review its plans to bring in vaccine passports and to prevent discriminatory policies against people who have refused to have a covid ‘vaccine’
A petition which was originally started in February gathered momentum on Tuesday, with thousands adding their names to a growing list of people calling for the government to do more to prevent legalized ‘discrimination’ against those who are not vaccinated against Covid.
Part of the petition reads: “The Government must specifically outlaw discrimination based on vaccine status, this includes access to private businesses, jobs, and public life. No individual should ever feel coerced into having a vaccine“
Parliament is supposed to consider all petitions that get more than 100,000 signatures for a debate
RT reports: Tens of thousands of people signed the petition on Tuesday morning, following a day of unrest in the capital in which hundreds of angry protesters clashed with police, has called for the arrest of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Links to the petition have been widely shared across Twitter, with English band Right Said Fred receiving more than 1,200 retweets on their call for people to sign.
Others vented their anger in other ways on Twitter, calling once again for the prime minister to be arrested. Many went as far as comparing the Covid-19 restrictions to Adolf Hitler’s Germany, with ‘Nazi’ trending on the social media platform.
On Monday, people gathered outside the Palace of Westminster to protest measures aimed at preventing the continued spread of the Covid-19 virus. While Monday, termed ‘Freedom Day’, saw the last of the major restrictions lifted, the government has laid out plans to mandate the use of vaccination certificates at crowded venues in England.
Despite having one of the world’s highest vaccination rates against Covid-19, many young people have elected not to get jabbed. Under the government’s current plans, unvaccinated individuals will be prohibited from entering venues such as nightclubs from September. Johnson’s government had previously ruled out the idea of making entry to venues dependent on vaccination status.
The government’s U-turn came just hours after nightclubs were allowed to open for the first time in 16 months. Amid the condemnation of Johnson’s plans, some have suggested that mandatory vaccination passports will help provide peace of mind to some Covid-wary clubbers and others attending large gatherings.