Scores of protestors in Antigua and Barbuda gathered outside Prime Minister Gaston Browne's office on Monday morning calling for the government to re-think its vaccination policy.
The policy states that all government officers and ancillary staff are encouraged to get vaccinated or subject themselves to a COVID-19 test every 14 days.
However, the government remained resolute that it would not move away from its policy to get public servants vaccinated.
Some of the protestors shouted that the Prime Minister is a dictator and the policies were against their human rights.
Prime Minister Browne has stated that his administration must act in the safety of all government workers and he is prepared for the political fallout from the policy.