Anti-vaccine demonstration planned in front of Sainte-Justine Hospital

Anti-vaccine activists and opponents of health measures plan to demonstrate on Thursday in front of Sainte-Justine Hospital in Montreal to express their disagreement with the vaccination of children aged 5 to 11, which is due to begin in the coming days.

While he was released just a few days ago “on parole” and awaiting trial, conspiracy leader François Amalega called for a new demonstration on Monday during a live Facebook.

The place was not chosen at random. Opponents met in front of Sainte-Justine Hospital in Montreal, which is the largest mother-child center in Canada.

With this call for an act of civil disobedience, opponents want to once again challenge the government and challenge its decision to lift the state of health emergency after more than 80% of children aged 5 to 11 will be vaccinated.

During its live Facebook, Mr. Amalega has once again accused the COVID-19 vaccine of being responsible for heart attacks. Accusations that he has already made many times in recent months, whether during his press briefings or in front of schools.

“We know that the vaccine creates heart problems. And we want to give children heart problems. And we don’t want Sainte-Justine to be full of heart problems. So the government does not want people to demonstrate next to hospitals. It’s perfect, it’s the right place where we’re going to go and demonstrate ”, we can hear him say during his live.

All we risk is just a few tickets, but if there are many of us there will be no risk.

François Amaleg

Faced with the increase in demonstrations by opponents of health measures near hospitals and schools, the National Assembly adopted Bill 105 at the end of September. This law imposes fines ranging from $ 1,000 to $ 12,000 on people demonstrating against them. health measures in front of schools and hospitals.

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