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Lefties make ‘handbrake U-turn’    'Meurica kickin' views

Started 3-Jun by IDI3; 966 views.
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Vaccine hesitancy has been high among U.S. frontline health care workers: Surveys showed that nearly half remained unvaccinated as of mid-March, despite being among the first to become eligible for the shots in December. A March survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that health care workers had concerns about the vaccines’ newness and their possible side effects, both of which are common reasons for waiting to be vaccinated.

The New York Times

Texas Hospital Workers Suspended Over Mandatory Vaccine Policy

Nearly 200 hospital staff suspended


From: polinious


Agree! But it will be a costly class-action lawsuit!

Sheila Connolly is writing on behalf of Philadelphia class action attorney, Golomb and Honik, PC. Sheila is a freelance reseacher living in Brooklyn.


From: polinious


The workers’ lawsuit accuses the hospital of “forcing its employees to be human ‘guinea pigs’ as a condition for continued employment.”

Are people starting to see the pushy Pharma flaws?


From: Guard101


United Airlines, after considering a blanket mandate, said last week that it would require anyone hired in the United States after June 15 to provide proof of vaccination no later than a week after starting. Exceptions may be made for those who have medical or religious reasons for not getting vaccinated, the company added.

This article originally appeared in The New York Times.

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C J (CardJoker)

From: C J (CardJoker)


More verbal freedom is well seen in AUSTRALIA!

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From: IDI3


All interesting comments and post, really I cannot complain, thank-y'all !

thumbsup blush

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C J (CardJoker)

From: C J (CardJoker)


It was about high time lefties' wake up call and face the consequence to current situations they have created....

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From: Petulance


Alina Chan is a biologist at the Silver lab at the Harvard School of Medicine.

Chan is one of 18 scientists who finally admitted in the journal of Science last month that the Wuhan coronvirus likely originated in a Wuhan, China virology lab. Chan says liberal scientists lied to the American public for months about their beliefs on the origination of the virus. They did this because they didn’t want to be associated with President Trump -- who was right about the virus all along.

Alina Chan is a molecular biologist who specializes in gene therapy and cell engineering.