A public hospital doctor is accused of organizing fake vaccinations for vaccine opponents to make it easier for them to obtain vaccination certificates.
The unprecedented incident occurred Sunday at Asklipio Hospital in the Voula metropolitan area, the POEDIN hospital workers’ union said Thursday.
According to the report, a doctor, an orthopedic surgeon from the hospital, went to the hospital’s vaccination center on Sunday and asked the nurse on duty to allow him to vaccinate five of his friends who had made an appointment.
After the first injection, the nurse allegedly saw that the doctor had thrown the bottle into the trash can and warned the other staff. An argument ensued, and the doctor allegedly left with two bubbles in his pocket.
The nurse filed a complaint against him, with some hospital staff claiming they even saw him let the vaccine run down the man’s arm, others said he opposed the vaccine.
The hospital launched an internal investigation, and the doctor was suspended from work.
The doctor, the father of two children, admitted that until now he had not been personally vaccinated because “he has a bad heart.” He added that his parents, wife and children were vaccinated and stressed that he did not refuse vaccines.
It is reported that the doctor, before starting duty at the hospital’s vaccination center, arrived at work with his 5 friends, who had previously made an appointment at the usual 15-minute intervals and were registered in the automatic registration system.
Reportedly media authorities suspect the incident is related to illegal attempts to issue vaccination certificates through fake vaccinations, or even involving a criminal organization providing anti-vaccines with everything they need in the country where the a sharp increase in the number of infected with Covid-19 , and the government promises “benefits” to vaccinated citizens and “punishment” to unvaccinated citizens.
The investigation must also prove whether the doctor received money for bogus vaccines and whether everything is not a slip of the hospital staff for any personal reasons.
The doctor is reported to be on the run and the police were unable to arrest him within the first 48 hours after the incident.
Against him a criminal case has been opened for violation of measures to contain the spread of the virus and an attempt to obtain a fake certificate.