According to Hillary Clinton, Boris should “mandate vaccines”, and those refusing to be jabbed should be sacked from their job.


In an unprecedented foray into British politics, Hillary Clinton has urged that Prime Minister Boris Johnson mandate vaccinations and fire those who dare choose not to have the newly developed jab.

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Mr Johnson should impose severe regulations and consequences surrounding vaccination uptake, according to the former Democrat presidential candidate, in order to reduce illness rates ahead of the winter season.

“He doesn’t need to shut the society down, but he does need to mandate vaccines.”

Mr Marr underlined that requiring vaccinations would result in the introduction of vaccine passports in the United Kingdom, which Mrs Clinton totally agreed was the best course of action.

She went on to describe how the New York City health system has taken a firm stance against vaccination reluctance and enacted a requirement.

While telling Andrew Marr how 1,000 medical workers were sacked from a single medical company in the city after refusing to be vaccinated, the Democrat made a startling discovery.

“I think you have got to make it clear that we are not going to go back into lockdown – that is not going to happen. “Mrs Clinton added.

“But if you don’t get vaccinated if you don’t have proof of vaccination when you go into a club or a restaurant…”

“And employers don’t enforce vaccines, we may see some problems here in the UK as the weather gets colder and people are forced back inside again.”

Her remarks came as Boris Johnson has decided to cancel vaccination passports, despite the fact that Wales and Scotland have already implemented them.

Certain experts are putting additional pressure on the government to enact stricter Covid guidelines ahead of the winter via their “plan B.”

The proposal does not call for a complete lockdown, but it does call for the reintroduction of homeworking, masks, and social isolation.

The requests follow the government’s extension of the Coronavirus Act for another six months without a single vote being cast last week.