St. Vincent eruption sets precedent for COVID-19 segregation

A cloud of volcanic ash hovers over Kingstown, on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent, Saturday, April 10, 2021, a day after the La Soufriere volcano erupted. (AP Photo/Lucanus Ollivierre)

A cloud of volcanic ash hovers over Kingstown, on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent, Saturday, April 10, 2021, a day after the La Soufriere volcano erupted. (AP Photo/Lucanus Ollivierre)

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UPDATED 10:07 AM PT – Monday, April 12, 2021

The Caribbean nation of St. Vincent set an early precedent of COVID-19 segregation while evacuating its citizens amid a volcanic eruption.

According to reports, only those vaccinated from the virus were allowed to board evacuation ships. Meanwhile, those unvaccinated were left behind to breathe in the toxic volcanic smoke and ash.

Critics have said St. Vincent has effectively created a “two-tier society” by treating people who reject vaccinations as inferior and second-class citizens. Even mainstream media has confirmed that COVID-19 segregation is already taking place.

The eruption in St. Vincent took place on Friday and the nation has, so far, failed to take unvaccinated citizens to safety. Officials have yet to explain this blatant discrimination against their own citizens.

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