LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday the argument of those who oppose vaccinations holds no water, saying he hoped that people would not listen.
“I think the anti-vaxxer argument holds no water, I think people need to remember that in having a vaccination you’re not just protecting yourself, you’re protecting anybody who could get infected by you or your family as a vector of the disease,” Johnson told a media conference.
“I hope very much that people won’t be listening to those types of arguments.”
Reporting by Michael Holden
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