Globalists have encouraged unending lockdowns during this pandemic.
Many undeniably hoping for compulsory Covid shots.
It looks like that reality is coming closer and closer to fruition, as mandatory covid vaccines are now being implemented in Tajikistan.
In a move that will set a precedent for other countries to follow, Tajikistan’s government announced over the weekend that all adults are required to get the Covid “vaccine.”
Tajikistan is the first country in the world to make this move.
Tajikistan Makes taking the coronavirus vaccine compulsory, a first in the world. Other countries to follow soon
— Sam Nato 🇰🇪| אַפְרִיקָה (@SamNato) July 4, 2021
Tajikistan’s government yesterday ordered mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 for citizens over 18 years, making it the first country in the world.
This is a dangerous escalation!https://t.co/5AFALee2AS
— DAVID ÉIRE – Ireland for the Irish ! No Retreat! (@DAVIDOD50) July 4, 2021
it would NEVER happen, rEmEmBeR?
I stated this in early 2020 along w/ a few others who know this playbook.
Y'all truly empowered some monsters on this epic F'up.
Here we go..
"Tajikistan becomes first country to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory"https://t.co/ZdfJGT39ef
— mrscatmanne (@MrScATMAnNE01) July 4, 2021
Will other countries follow Tajikistan’s lead?
BNO News has more:
Tajikistan’s government announced Saturday that all adults will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19, making it the first country in the world to announce such a sweeping mandate as it tries to contain a new outbreak of coronavirus.
A statement from the Republican Headquarters for Strengthening Anti-Epidemic Measures against COVID-19 announced the new requirement but provided few details. It’s unknown how the government plans to enforce the mandate.
“According to the decision [of the commission], vaccination against coronavirus is mandatory for citizens over 18 years of age,” the brief statement said. “People who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus infection should consult a family doctor or local health facility.”
The announcement comes less than two weeks after the government confirmed a new outbreak in the Asian country, which has a population of more than 9.5 million people. It borders Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and China.
Since the outbreak was confirmed on June 21, the health ministry has reported more than 260 cases, including 21 cases on Saturday alone, raising the country’s total since the pandemic began to 13,569. No new cases had been reported for a period of more than five months.
Tajikistan’s vaccination campaign lags behind many other countries, but the government’s efforts have increased in recent weeks. More than 280,000 people are at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19, which represents 2.9% of the population, according to the health ministry. Nearly 18,600 people (0.19%) are fully vaccinated.
While Tajikistan is the first to announce mandatory vaccination for all of its citizens, other countries are requiring the vaccine to work in certain fields or to visit high-risk places. Earlier this week, Abu Dhabi in the UAE announced that unvaccinated people will be banned from most public places.
Tajikistan has one of the lowest Covid vaccination rates in the world.
However, the country has been noted not to have enough Covid vaccines to make them mandatory.
— Farangis Najibullah (@FarangisN) July 4, 2021
My guess would be that there is actually more than 2% of the population in Tajikistan who would voluntarily get vaccinated so guessing this is a coverup for not finding vaccines. Granted it's a poor country but so is India
— grodaeu (@grodaeu) July 4, 2021
22% of the world population has received at least one dose of covid vaccine.
Tajikistan: 1% pic.twitter.com/lHfPJgmxsn
— alina ž (@zhetigenova) June 28, 2021
Is this the reason for the mandatory covid vaccination push?
Republic World has more:
In an effort to curb the rising infections, Tajikistan procured 192,000 doses of the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccines via the COVAX Facility. It was the first jabs shipment to arrive in the Central Asia and the second such shipment to the WHO European Region. Tajikistan kicked start its vaccination campaign in a historic step towards COVAX’s goal of ensuring equitable distribution of at least 2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines by the end of 2021, according to UNICEF.
It looks like Tajikistan is using the AstraZeneca-Oxford Covid “vaccines” from the COVAX Facility.
Interestingly, on the COVAX Facility web page, it lists their founding fathers as the WHO, UNICEF, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Hopefully, the people of Tajikistan rise up and say NO to mandatory experimental vaccines!
This is so sad as I know many people from Tajikistan who don't want vaccines.
— 𝕁𝕖𝕕𝕚 ℍ𝕦𝕟𝕥𝕖𝕣 (@zasaria) July 4, 2021