‘No vaccine mandates’: Anti-vax protest held in Oxford this Saturday

The group was protesting recent vaccine mandates for NHS workers


A group protesting vaccine and mask mandates marched through Oxford city center on Saturday afternoon.

This demonstration follows similar anti-vaxx protests in London, Manchester, Newcastle, Milton Keynes.

The protesters are opposing a vaccine mandate for NHS workers.

The anti vaccine group marched through the heart of Oxford, down Cornmarket and Broad street on Saturday.

They held signs saying “no vaccine mandates”, and some others in the group held other conservative symbols, such as the “Don’t Tread On Me” flag.

 

In this recent march in London (pictured), a protestor held a sign saying “Make influenza great again”.

Unvaccinated NHS workers face dismissal if they do not get their jabs by 3 Feburary.

Meanwhile, the omicron variant is surging all across England.

On 22 January, there were 286 reported daily new cases  in the city of Oxford, with 1,155 daily new cases in the county of Oxfordshire as a whole.

 

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