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  • Writer's pictureArjanna van der Plas


Yesterday night, I watched a Dutch television show called ‘vaccinatie vetes’ - which would translate to something like ‘vaccination fights’.

The show was about people who weren’t vaccinated, and showed how they were ridiculed, scapegoated, and pretty much exiled from their communities. Some of them were reconnected with their vaccinated friends in the show, but for others, the door was kept shut.

And even though I’m vaccinated and would love others to do the same for the sake of our society, I was left with a deep sense of grief after watching the show.

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