Alvaro Calvo / Government of Aragon via Getty ImagesIn this handout photo, a health professional prepares a COVID-19 vaccine for use in a nursing home in Barbastro, Spain, on Dec. 27, 2020. Spain is compiling a register of every citizen who doesn’t want to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. (Alvaro Calvo / Government of Aragon via Getty Images)
Putting law-abiding citizens on government lists has been and always will be a bad idea.
Despite this, Spain is compiling a register of every citizen who refuses to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
That list will be shared with other European Union nations, according to BBC News.
Spain’s Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, announced the news during an interview with La Sexta television on Dec. 28.
“What will be done is a register, which will be shared with our European partners … of those people who have been offered it