For example, Nielson wrote on Twitter: ‘Wake the fuck up please! We are not seriously letting the corona ticket become a reality, people. It’s up to us. I refuse.’ His reaction quickly went viral on the social medium, but some of his fans seem to disagree with him.
Shortly afterwards, for example, he announced that he had already lost ten thousand followers: ‘Whether you are vaccinated or not, dear people, a society in which you are obliged to prove that you are not sick before you are allowed inside is not correct.’
He continues: ‘Even if it costs me ten thousand followers, I know this is not good and that we have to do something about it now. Sign the petition in the next story.’
In addition to Nielson, Hans Teeuwen is also critical of the alleged plans of the outgoing cabinet. He shares a video on Instagram in which he shares his frustration: “I don’t like that at all. Please convince me that there is nothing wrong with that QR code.” In the reactions, he receives a lot of support from well-known Dutch people, including Tim Douwsma, Lieke van Lexmond, Giel de Winter and Monique Smit.
There will be another press conference on Tuesday 14 September and Mark Rutte and Hugo de Jonge will most likely announce new relaxations. For example, the 1.5 meter distance will be estimated and festivals and events will be given more space. As now suggests, a corona passport or vaccination certificate will also be announced, which has caused a lot of fuss in recent days.