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“It is incomprehensible that people are reluctant to put it on”

Jorge Javier Vázquez received this Wednesday Doctor Sánchez Martos in Save me to talk about the importance of the Covid-19 vaccine. The conversation came after the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, announced that the vaccines will arrive in Spain “in less than a month”.

The doctor Jesús Sánchez Martos, in 'Save me'.

The Catalan defended tooth and nail the vaccine against the coronavirus and also confessed his desire to put it on. “I’m going to get vaccinated, of course”, affirmed, thus coinciding with the position of Sánchez Martos, who last November contracted Covid-19 with mild symptoms.

The doctor told the presenter that he has the responsibility of “convincing” his followers to get vaccinated against the flu and, later, against the coronavirus, because it is an exercise in “responsibility” and “solidarity”.

“It seems incomprehensible to me that people are reluctant to get the vaccine”, said the Catalan, to which he added: “There are things in which, over the years, I am becoming more intolerant. It is not a matter of deciding, you have to vaccinate, period.”

“And if you don’t do it for yourself, you do it for others so that everything progresses and the world recovers normality “, Vázquez settled, very resounding, from the Mediaset set.

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