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#I walked my arm…

In addition, the Democratic Party’s first election, Ko Kom-jeong (far left), Kim Yong-min (center), and Kim Nam-guk. Yonhap News·News 1

On the 23rd, a declaration that a new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) vaccine will be given first among members of the Democratic Party’s first and re-election, along with Kim Kohn Jung, Kim Yong-min, Kim Nam-guk, and Park Ju-min, continues on the 23rd. It is through the so-called’#arm_walking’ challenge.

While distrust of the AstraZeneca (AZ) vaccine, which begins vaccination on the 26th, continues, he has stepped forward as an escort to block the offensive of the opposition’President Moon Jae-in AZ 1 vaccination’.

The people’s strength is the position that President Moon’s initiative is necessary to alleviate public anxiety about the AZ vaccine. In particular, it is highlighting the fact that the Moon Jae-in administration failed to secure highly safe vaccines such as Modena and Pfizer.

Democratic Party lawmaker Lee So-young, who was charged with violating the Public Official Election Act on the 22nd of last month, is advocating for Anyang at the Suwon District Court in Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do after a sentence.  News 1

Democratic Party lawmaker Lee So-young, who was charged with violating the Public Official Election Act on the 22nd of last month, is advocating for Anyang at the Suwon District Court in Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do after a sentence. News 1

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In this situation, the ruling party’s first election, Lee So-young, ended the start this morning. He insisted on his Facebook page, “If the president (or someone else) has decided on the order of vaccination first, then the president (or someone else) should not be beaten first,” he argued. “It undermines the trust of the government’s quarantine measures and causes confusion.”

First lawmaker Goh Kohn-jung also said, “You should not bring in the president and make it politically as if you can’t inoculate it with anxiety.”

Rep. Park Ju-min, Lee Jae-jung, Hong Jung-min, and other lawmakers also posted on their Facebook page, “The domestic COVID-19 vaccination will begin this Friday.” “Vaccination should proceed in principle, in order.” About 93% of the people will get the vaccine,” etc., expressing their support. The composition and contents are almost the same, only the sentences are different.

At the end of the article, hashtags such as’#distrust_instead_vaccine’,’#vaccine_science’,’#vaccine_for_all’,’#vaccine_4_all’ and’#arm_walked’ were added.

Netizens disagreed with opinions such as “It is a comedy to say that AZ will be given the vaccine first without mentioning AZ, but it is desirable for lawmakers to come out and relieve vaccine anxiety.”

Reporter Seok-Hyun Ko ko.sukhyun@joongang.co.kr


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