An anti-vaccine is charged with harassing the UK Health Minister at his home

The Justice of the United Kingdom charged a man on Wednesday, January 4, with harassing the country’s Minister of Health, Sajid Javid at your home for the COVID-19 vaccination policy.

A video posted online shows someone leaving a letter against the COVID-19 vaccine at the home where they allegedly live Javid in Fulham, an area of ​​London, the British capital.

Later, he goes directly to the camera and ensures that the letter puts Javid “personally on notice” for “damaging” citizens with vaccines. The next thing to be seen is the man, identified as Geza tarjanyi 60 years old, handcuffed by the Police.

He will now appear in court next February, the British network BBC reported.

The minister condemned the “vile” behavior of some anti-vaccine protesters who broke into a testing center COVID-19 located in the city of Milton Keynes on December 29. Javid said that day that spreading lies about vaccines is “something that costs lives.”

Javid, who maintains a busy schedule of pronouncements due to the COVID-19 pandemic, expressed last week that it was necessary to learn to “live with” the coronavirus.

However, he admitted that the health system would “inevitably” come under pressure in the coming weeks due to a “sharp increase” in hospitalizations.

Anticipating this possibility, the public health service (NHS) announced that it is installing temporary structures with hundreds of beds for Prepare for the “worst case scenario.”

With information from Europa Press and AFP