Eric Clapton has mentioned he’ll refuse to carry out if the Covid vaccine passports are applied (Image: WireImage)
Mr Johnson introduced this week that, from September, individuals should present proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter venues resembling nightclubs.
Nevertheless, Clapton – like many others – really feel the measures are discriminatory in the direction of the person and golf equipment.
In an announcement launched by way of architect, movie producer and anti-vaxxer Robin Monotti Graziadei’s Telegram account, Clapton mentioned: ‘Following the PM’s announcement on Monday the nineteenth of July 2021, I really feel honor sure to make an announcement of my very own.
‘I want to say that I cannot carry out on any stage the place there’s a discriminated viewers current.’
He added: ‘Until there may be provision made for all individuals to attend, I reserve the precise to cancel the present.’
Clapton, 76, has two scheduled exhibits at London’s Royal Albert Corridor in Might 2022.
Clapton has been vocal towards the vaccine all through the pandemic (Image: GC Photos)
Membership-goers should show they’ve been double vaccinated to enter crowded venues from September (Image: Reuters)
The Fantastic Tonight singer has been vocal all through the Covid pandemic, releasing anti-vaccination and anti-lockdown statements and songs.
He collaborated with traditional rocker and Van Morrison, who’s towards the jab, on the monitor Stand and Ship in December.
Lyrics embrace: ‘Do you wanna be a free man / Or do you wanna be a slave?’ and ‘Dick Turpin wore a masks too.’
In Might, the musician detailed the ‘disastrous’ response he needed to the vaccine and slammed what he branded ‘propaganda’ that ‘overstated’ the protection of the jab.
The Medical Healthcare Merchandise and Regulatory Company has beforehand reiterated that the advantages of the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab outweigh the dangers for most individuals, whereas Mr Johnson and medical director of major care at NHS England Dr Nikita Kanani additionally beforehand assured individuals the Oxford vaccine is protected.
Nevertheless, Clapton spoke of the ‘extreme reactions’ he had for 10 days following his first dose of AstraZeneca in February however famous he finally recovered.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Eric Clapton’s rep for remark.
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