Little by little, Pharmaceuticals begin to provide positive data on vaccine development. First it was the turn of Pfizer, who reported that their remedy is 95% effective, and this week he has communicated it Modern, noting that the value of his is 94.5%.
Despite this hopeful news, not all the population seems determined to be vaccinated in Spain. For this reason, some communities begin to inform about possible sanctions to those people who do not agree To do it. This has been the case of Alberto Núñez Feijóo, president of the Xunta de Galicia, who has presented a proposal to fine those who do not take the remedy or refuse to have a PCR test.
This will be possible thanks to the reform of the Lei de Saúde, although its approval is pending the assessment of the Galician Parliament, where the Popular Party has an absolute majority. To get ahead, would clash with the opinion of Salvador Illa, Minister of Health, who stated that establishing the mandatory vaccination is “not recommended”.
Three levels are established in the proposal: mild, whose sanction ranges between 100 and 3,000 euros; serious, which entails fines of 3,000 to 60,000 euros; Y very serious, which could rise up to 600,000 euros.
In the case of negative to vaccination or to perform a PCR test, will be considered as mild, in the same category as breaching the curfew, No carrying mask, not obey the basic measures decreed or skip the closing time of establishments.
In the category of serious enter the denial of support or assistance to the authorities, the party organization, refuse to provide your own data or information, opposition to the authorities or skip quarantine in case of being positive.
Finally, the very serious ones are related to not comply with the confinement and the repetition of one or more serious fouls.