Vaccine Makers want Govt to be liable for vaccine

This is ridiculously stupid. Why should the Govt take liability? LocalCircles your survey is bang on. This number of 69% hesitant will go up if instances like the one in this attached video continue. If we get 10 in India the hesitancy levels will go up to 80%

Has this survey been escalated for Govt consumption??

https://www.localcircles.com/a/press/page/covid-vaccine-hesitancy-survey#.X9wXYyUbsWM more  

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Vaccine Makers should be made more accountable also should take the responsibilities of educating peoples about its positive and negative side. This concept should be implemented to other medicine makers also. more  
Yes WHO to Direct and Preserve more  
I feel the vaccine givers should first ask the patient all possible questions for allergies, illnesses, etc. and after taking into account all these factors, should then administer the vaccine. Nobody is immune to the covid 19 virus. It is so strong and lethal that we cannot keep our guards down but if the vaccine is safe for 95% of the population, it should be taken as it will help contain the pandemic in India. View the UK situation right now with the virus mutating and becoming even more deadly. more  
Let the vaccine makers first indemnify the citizens against any adverse effects of the vaccine and then seek counter indemnity against law suits. Fair enough? more  
Wll said Mr/. CVsn Sarma. Government's and IMA's responsibility well clarified. For mass complications arising out of vaccine usage in the patients Indian equivalent of US FDA should take the responsibility. Government has already clarified that taking a jab is voluntary, the Govt will decide the priorities for its administration. more  
As it has already happened in UK and USA, there will be a few cases wherein adverse reactions may come with the vaccine injection. Hence, the vaccine should be given only to those who willingly accept to face any consequence. don't we sign an indemnity clause in all hospitals before undergoing any procedure? No choice is given to patients. more  
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