Pooja Bedi calls COVID-19 vaccination drive ‘illogical’
Pooja Bedi calls COVID-19 vaccination drive ‘illogical’

The COVID 19 pandemic has hit the nation very badly from the first phase. The Indian Government has been putting all its efforts to curb the deadly virus and not let anyone die of suffering. Amid this, the vaccine was discovered and soon was announced mandatory for everyone. And while people are getting themselves vaccinated, Pooja Bedi makes a very controversial statement about the same. 

She called the COVID 19 vaccination drive as 'illogical and sinister'. The actress claimed in a tweet on the micro-blogging site Twitter. In her tweet, Pooja wrote that she wondered if people can survive the pandemic with or without the vaccination. She said that it is high time that the government should focus on vaccination and isolating people.


Pooja also stated that it is unfair to discriminate people against unvaccinated. The actress in one of her tweets said that If 99% survive covid with or without the vaccine.. the govt needs to focus on isolating, vaccinating & masking those who have comorbidities & are in the risk bracket. Not vaccinate the whole world! & certainly not discriminate against unvaccinated! It's illogical & Sinister.? 

Notably, this isn?t the first time that Pooja had shared her opinions about the COVID-19 protocols. Earlier also the actress did something same, Pooja called wearing a mask mandate a useless protocol. She tweeted, ?It's bizarre that u have to wear a mask in your own car with your husband beside u (but can kiss him at home without one). Even more bizarre that u get out of the car & can sit at a restaurant (without a mask) with your friends & amidst strangers. Useless protocols! #MaskMandates?.

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