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Eric Clapton Says He Won’t Perform Where Vaccine Is Required, Gets Feedback

Rocker veteran Eric Clapton said on Wednesday that he would not act where proof of vaccination is required, challenging the UK prime minister. Boris JohnsonOrdering at large private meetings.

Britain where the delta option COVID-19 threatens recovery from a pandemic, relaxed restrictions on coronavirus This week. But Johnson said nightclubs and concert venues should require vaccination status checks.

“Following the announcement by the Prime Minister on Monday, July 19, 2021, I consider it my duty to make my own announcement,” wrote the Tears in Heaven performer on the Telegram messaging app. “I want to say that I will not perform. on any stage where there is a discriminated audience. Unless all people are expected to attend, I reserve the right to cancel the show. “

Clapton must perform autumn tour in the United States, including Texas, Louisiana, and Florida.

The famous 76-year-old guitarist has previously spoken out against bans and vaccinations. He did receive doses of AstraZeneca, but said he suffered “catastrophic” side effects lasting several weeks.

Many Twitter fans did not applaud Slow Hand for its stance on the vaccine. And something reminded him racist and xenophobic speech he has done in the past.

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