Although published in the prominent British Medical Journal (BMJ), the mainstream media won’t touch this important update associated with the British mandatory vaccination requirements of National Health System (NHS) staff. Specifically, the UK’s House of Lords committee declared that there just isn’t enough evidence as to the benefits of vaccination to sufficiently back mandatory NHS staff vaccinations.
The House of Lords committee raised numerous concerns regarding proposed legislation mandating vaccination for all NHS staff in England. Only 8% of the remaining workers need to be jabbed, and for the 5.4% who do not want the vaccine, the result would be to resign or be terminated. Questions arose as to how the NHS would fare with losing staff.
Not ‘thoroughly thought through’
This is what the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee has come to—that the policy isn’t fully “baked” meaning not thought through, thus, the House of Lords couldn’t “scrutinize the proposed legislation.”
Who is behind the universal jab mandate?
Sajid Javid, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sajid_Javid England’s Health and Social Care secretary. Javid announced that...
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