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Will There Be a Loss of Employment for Any Person Who Refuses to Take Virus Vaccine?

During the first 2 weeks of our country’s shut down, far-left politicians and “medical experts” were publicly stating that we should stay closed until we have a vaccine. For example, a May 19th Fox News story headline: Hunker down: Some states say no full-scale reopening until virus vaccine, treatment is ready

Why is this absurd? America is in the middle of our 15th epidemic, starting from 1633-1634: The Smallpox from European settlers. Never before has our country, voluntarily shut down, destroying people’s mental health and fortunes. In addition after 40 years, we still do not have an Aids vaccine. So we have never shut down before, even during much more severe viruses, and the possibility of having a vaccine, anytime soon, is very minimal, so why then are some in the medical industry recommending mandatory vaccines, when / if, they are ready?

From Big League Politics

An article in the New England Journal of Medicine has suggested that “substantive penalties” be used to enforce compliance in taking the upcoming vaccine, including loss of employment.

The journal published an article on June 26 titled, “Ensuring Uptake of Vaccines against SARS-CoV-2.” They suggested that the suspension of employment would be a less coercive manner of enforcing vaccine compliance than fines or other criminal penalties.

The report states that “state mandates should not be structured as compulsory vaccination (absolute requirements); instead, noncompliance should incur a penalty.”

“Nevertheless, because of the infectiousness and dangerousness of the virus, relatively substantive penalties could be justified, including employment suspension or stay-at-home orders for persons in designated high-priority groups who refuse vaccination.

Neither fines nor criminal penalties should be used, however; fines disadvantage the poor, and criminal penalties invite legal challenges on procedural due-process grounds. Both are bad public health policy for a virus vaccine because they may stoke distrust without improving uptake,” the report continues.

“As with social distancing orders, we can expect that the advent of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines will spark intense clashes of feeling about what people owe to one another in the fight against the pandemic.

In contrast to earlier phases of the pandemic, though, we currently have some time on our side. Careful deliberation now about state vaccination policy can help ensure that we have a strategy when the breakthrough comes,” the report states.

President Donald Trump has launched “Operation Warp Speed” to funnel resources toward Big Pharma for the purposes of creating a vaccine shot that will be ready for mass distribution throughout the country by the end of the year. The White House is calling this a Manhattan Project-style project that aims to get vaccines into as many people as quickly as possible, in a move that must have technocratic oligarch Bill Gates grinning ear-to-ear.

So here comes Big Brother? Not yet, this article was published, to get peer review. Though not binding at all, it does confirm that the leftists in the medical field believe they have the moral authority to make such demands from free people living under a Constitution. This push to implement punitive measures could be a result of the most recent polls showing that only 49% of the total population is open to getting the CV vaccine, and only 25 % of the black Americans. We need to keep pushing for complete state re-openings, and if a vaccine is ever created, I for one, expect that we will all the option to take it or leave it.

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  1. Anna Bowman

    July 12, 2020 at 8:06 pm

    Neither fines nor criminal penalties should be used, however; fines disadvantage the poor, and criminal penalties invite legal challenges on procedural due-process grounds. Both are bad public health policy for a virus vaccine because they may stoke distrust without improving uptake,” the report continues.

    This part is rather confusing (And concerning). But if the poor can’t afford a fine, how are they going to be able to afford suspension of their job? Or do they assume all poor people don’t work?

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