Covid-19 Vaccinations: The Big Ifs
A commonly heard presumption is that healthcare workers should be vaccinated first. But what if…….
……….the vaccines induce immediate or latent adverse reactions that sideline these first responders and frontline workers? It could be a catastrophe. And if for some reason the vaccines spread COVID-19 rather than quell it (there is such a thing as vaccine-induced infection), what a way to create an out-of-control pandemic. Some of the vaccines are just weakened (attenuated) COVID-19. Just what is in the vaccine if COVID-19 hasn’t been shown to exist and the test for it is so unreliable it has created pseudoepidemics? No one can fathom just how fraudulent this pandemic is. Everything related to COVID-19 is a false prop.
Regardless of how “safe” or effective a vaccine is among healthy Americans, only 12% of Americans are metabolically healthy. One study reveals 45% of American adults have chronic disease and are at increased risk for complications associated with COVID-19 and vaccination.
Every doctor, nurse and laboratory technician becomes a Trojan horse as they go back home and spread the virus, or whatever else is in the vaccine. These are experimental vaccines, rushed to market. The immunized are guinea pigs.
The US Code, the Helsinki Agreement and the Nuremburg Code protect citizens from forced vaccination by codifying the right to consent to or refuse vaccination when experimental vaccines like COVID-19 are being employed. The public won’t be informed of these legal protections.
What we have today is coerced consent (no travel, no job, no money). Are healthcare workers going to keep their jobs if they object to vaccination?
Are frail, mentally impaired residents at nursing homes who can no longer take care of their own affairs, able to understand a vaccination consent form?
According to a December 1, 2020 issued recommendation, both healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities should be “prioritized” to receive immunization against COVID-19, under the presumption healthcare workers and nursing home residents will plead for the vaccine. But health authorities anticipate 4 out of the first 7 licensed COVID-19 vaccines will fail.
About 29% of patients with COVID-19 are health-care workers and were assumed to have acquired their infection in the hospital.
Polls indicate 37% of healthcare workers themselves would be hesitant toward COVID-19 vaccination. Another study reveals only 27% of healthcare workers would accept a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
What if……… mass vaccination in nursing homes results in deaths among the frail elderly? The first time Medicare covered the cost of flu shots in nursing homes in 1993 there was a flu epidemic in care homes that killed thousands.
Residents and staff of long-term care facilities account for 6% of COVID-19 cases but 40% of the deaths. This is due to the advanced age and weak immunity of nursing home patients.
Article from LewRockwell