Eric Clapton says he does not want to discriminate against spectators who have not been vaccinated against Govt-19, according to Rolling Stone.
The artist’s statement comes in response to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to go to clubs and concerts in the UK, known as vaccine passes.
“I will not play on a platform that discriminates against any audience. I take the right to cancel the concert if not all people have the opportunity to participate.”
Clapton’s report was shared via telegram account of filmmaker and architect Robin Monotti, who was also suspicious of the Govt-19 vaccine. Clapton has previously spoken of a “catastrophic” experience after being vaccinated.
“Our advice is that the benefits of the Covit-19 vaccine outweigh the risks to the majority of people. It is important that people take it when they are vaccinated,” the UK representative said. Swedish Public Health Institute In response.
Eric Clapton’s next concert in the UK is not scheduled until May 2022. He also plans several concert dates in North America in September this year.
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