Asking for proof of vaccination violates human rights and the Mexican constitution


COVID in Sinaloa generated unemployment and there is hunger in homes, so a comprehensive plan is needed, said the human rights defender

Sinaloa.- To prevent people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 from entering commerce and public spaces is to violate their human rights, and before acting as administrative authorities in Mazatlán and Culiacán, it must be legislated on the subject, Oscar Loza Ochoa criticized.

The president of the Commission for the Defense of Human Rights in Sinaloa said that they require a comprehensive plan to contain the virus and to support affected families and not be carried away by occurrences, without taking into account that the coronavirus has caused unemployment and there is hunger in many households due to lack of income for adults.

“The freedom that the Constitution establishes to move around the national territory, without safe conduct or any other document, there are other emergencies in this country along with that which are indicating that the authority is not paying attention, the pandemic has sent many people to unemployment and that they do not die of COVID, but neither of hunger ”, he warned.

Viola derechos humanos impedir ingreso a comercios y espacios públicos a no vacunados: Loza

He stated that municipalities should listen to the Health sector, before implementing any measure because it is where they have knowledge about the pandemic, with care for patients infected in more than a year and with the findings of scientists they can guide the communes and citizenship.


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