According to them, shared responsibility is an expression of respect for health professionals and other people.
BRATISLAVA. In the current pandemic situation, it is important that the country begins to share common responsibility and solidarity.
“To cope with the current critical situation, scientific knowledge and expert advice speak of vaccination as an effective way, “said former prime ministers Mikuláš Dzurinda and Iveta Radičová, as well as other representatives of political life.
They remind many that they are reluctant to get vaccinated. “Whatever your reasons, whether you are a voter of any political party, whether you are an atheist or a believer, a Slovak or a member of national communities, we value each of you who places joint responsibility over the individual interest,” the call said.
According to them, shared responsibility is an expression of respect and esteem for health professionals, teachers, but also other people.
“Responsibility that means listening to scientists. Responsibility that respects the recommendations of doctors, virologists, hygienists and epidemiologists. Responsibility that does not depend on political preferences, religion or nationality,” the call said.
Former Slovak presidents also called for vaccinations over the weekend Rudolf Schuster, Ivan Gašparovič a Andrej Kiska. In a common position, they said that vaccination was the most effective way to fight a pandemic.