– Do you live freely and reserve intensive care for vaccinated people?
Psychiatrist Panteleimon Giannakopoulos starts the debate. Ethics reject the idea.
Does the state of vaccination divide society in two? In a café, theater or university, the obligation to present the health pass can give this impression. Is it justified? For many, yes. But on a psychological level, in the long run, this policy worries psychiatry professor Panteleimon Giannakopoulos. As the number of cases decreases, it suggests going back to our previous way of life so as not to break the social bond. But beware: this freedom would come with a great responsibility. If the hospital were to overflow again, imagine that vaccinated patients could, as a last resort, have priority access to intensive care.