Lawyer & nbsp; Vasily Vorobyov & nbsp; gave an explanation in which cases medical workers can be held liable for false information about vaccines against coronavirus, writes Gazeta.Ru. & nbsp;
If a doctor reports that the vaccine is ineffective or causes any side effects, then this is followed by criminal liability. & Nbsp;
If a doctor expresses his personal opinion about the need for vaccination, disciplinary liability may follow. & Nbsp;
“ Therefore, there is a possibility that it is the sanctions associated theoretically with & nbsp; dismissal that are real. But now there is no criminal liability as such '', & mdash; Vorobyov explained.
Earlier, the head of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Mikhail Murashko, said that Russia has methods of combating anti-vaccine movements, including among doctors, and called & nbsp; the behavior of anti-auxers extremely incorrect. According to him, doctors who oppose vaccination are themselves infected with the coronavirus.