Un canadese prende a pugni in faccia l'infermiera più volte dopo che sua moglie è stata vaccinata per Covid-19 senza il suo consenso

La polizia sta cercando un uomo in Canada, dicono che abbia preso a pugni in faccia un'infermiera più volte, buttandola a terra dopo aver somministrato un vaccino contro il Covid-19 a sua moglie senza il suo permesso.

Di lunedi, in giro 9:15 a.m., a man walked into a Brunet Pharmacy in Sherbrooke, a city in southern Quebec, and accused a nurse in her 40s, who police have not named, of vaccinating his wife, Sherbrooke Police spokesman Martin Carrier told CNN.
Right at the beginning, the suspect was very angry, very aggressive, he asked the nurse why she vaccinated his wife without approval, without his consent,” Carrier said. “And he punched her right in the face multiple times so the nurse didn’t have the time to defend or explain herselfand she fell to the ground and the suspect left running out of the drugstore.
    There are no laws in Canada that say individuals need their spousespermission to get vaccinated, and it is unclear if his wife had given consent.
      The nurse was taken to a nearby hospital by ambulance where she was treated for themultiple injuries to the face” Egli ha detto.
        As a result of the incident, the pharmacy told CNN partner, CBC, that they suspended vaccinations. CNN reached out to the pharmacy but they refused to comment on whether or not vaccinations were being administered Thursday.
        Brunet Pharmacy’s parent company, The Jean Coutu Group Inc., also declined to comment but told CNN theyfully condemn this act which is unacceptable towards the pharmacy teams who have been providing essential services since the beginning of the pandemic.
          Canada has vaccinated 69.8% della sua popolazione, surpassing the US by 15.6%, according to data from Our World in Data, seen in CNN’s vaccine tracker.
          Although most Canadians have welcomed public health measures and the country has one of the highest vaccination rates worldwide, case counts and hospitalizations are on the rise, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada, especially among younger, unvaccinated Canadians.
            Police do not have a name or photo of the suspect or security footage of the incident, Carrier said. They do however have a description of the man and are hoping with the public’s help, they’ll be able to identify him and charge him with assault.
            The suspect is described as, 30 to 45-year-old-man, 6-piedi alti, medium build with darker skin, short brown hair, thick eyebrows, two small ear piercings on each ear and a tattoo on his hand that appeared to be in the shape of a cross, Carrier said.

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