Hundreds of NHS Professionals including Doctors, Nurses, lab workers, care home staff and GP’s have created a Facebook Group opposing mandatory vaccination, the unscientific policy to wear face coverings, and demanding government imposed restrictions are lifted.;
The group, ‘NHS Workers for Choice, No Restrictions for Declining a Vaccine’ has over 450 members, most being NHS professionals.
Some of the posts label the new Pfizer ‘miracle vaccine’ as poison.
The current Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, who is on borrowed time, blasted the professionals behind the science, telling them they are following the wrong science and should only be following the science that the government says is right.
“Being opposed to vaccinations where they have been through the rigorous safety processes is entirely inappropriate.
“And I wouldn’t advise it for anybody, because we don’t propose, and allow vaccines in this country, unless they pass some of the most stringent safety requirements in the world.”https://b4bc99f7fb39453bacd766217fb396f8.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html
He added: “The whole of medicine is the story of advances that are based on science and vaccines are one of the most important advances based on science in the history of medicine.
“And other than clean water have probably saved more lives than anything else in the history of humanity.
“That’s what the science tells us, and I think that we should be guided by that science.”
One of the group’s members who works in a GP’s surgery said she would rather quit her job than help with a vaccination programme.
Pfizer’s record speaks for itself as previously exposed by the The Daily Expose.
The Daily Expose is sure the British Public is clever enough to make their own judgements, whilst ‘they’ still allow you to.
Mr Hancock’s comments come after Labour called for anti-vaccination content on social media to be “stamped out”.
The party wants the government to introduce laws that would include financial and criminal penalties for companies that fail to act against such content.