The Greek government has taken extraordinary measures to inject this elderly population with the controversial and dangerous Covid “vaccine.”
The Greek government now mandates unvaccinated Greek citizens 60 years old and older to get the Covid “vaccines.” In addition, it was declared in January 2022 that elderly citizens who refused the experimental mRNA gene therapy injections would be fined €100 a month. Greeks who refuse to pay these fines now face having their property confiscated due to non-payment.
On February 1, 2022, vaccination certificates for adults expired after seven months unless the holder received a booster shot. The Greek government seems to have been going to great lengths to force seniors to take the experimental and controversial mRNA gene therapy injections.
Currently, just 14 percent of unvaccinated Greeks 60 years and older have paid the fine imposed by the government. Tax authorities have ordered 317,962 citizens to pay their “debts” or face the consequences. Despite the government’s threats, as of March 15, only 44,000 had done so. In cases of late payment, surcharges are added to the fine. Greeks with outstanding fines face expropriation.
Elderly Citizens are at Risk
According to the U.S. Population Reference Bureau, Greece has the seventh oldest population in the world, as measured by the share of residents aged 65 and over. The government has taken extraordinary measures to inject this elderly population with the controversial and dangerous “vaccine.” As Prominent German virologist, Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi warned, the vaccine was never tested on elderly people with pre-existing conditions. RAIR Foundation USA previously explained,
It does not take a rocket scientist to consider the extreme danger of administering a hastily-created, gene-altering vaccine to a health-compromised population, when there were marked side effects for “young, healthy people”.
Lawmakers Question Legality
For months, lawmakers across party lines questioned the legality of singling out a specific group. In addition, an unspecified number of unvaccinated people have appealed the fine to their local tax authorities in the absence of legislation. Accordingly, the government has no legal basis for enforcing such coercive measures.
Last week, the government announced that the fines for unvaccinated seniors would be lifted again in mid-April. However, the displeasure of the population is growing so much that Athens does not want to continue this coercive monthly “non-vaccinated tax” measure.
Despite the government removing its fines for unvaccinated seniors, they are still considered one of the most restrictive regimes regarding their Covid policies. They are sticking to their coercive measures, including Covid vaccination passes and mandating health care workers to be vaccinated.
A health worker has now been on a hunger strike for several days because she lost her job after refusing the controversial injection: