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Covid-19: Evangelicals in Bolivia, citing free will, are against forced vaccination

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Evangelical churches are successfully obstructing Bolivian government plans as Covid-19 vaccination has stopped at less than 50% of the target population.

Religious groups have demanded the government not force the population to be vaccinated, not for religious reasons, but for their right to decide freely.

Meanwhile, the government started on Thursday its door-to-door vaccination campaign in the city of El Alto -neighboring La Paz- where there is a low vaccination rate due to the strong presence of anti-vaccine groups.

"We are against forced vaccination. It should be left to free will," said . . .

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