“It’s Different When It’s Us!” Part 487358

…it is standard practice to push staff to get vaccinated. Last year, NHS bosses wrote to all 1.4 million staff to say they must have the winter flu jab, with staff who declined the jab having to tell the NHS trust that employs them why. That may seem like overkill, but it’s right for the very people we trust to care for us to be particularly vigilant.

…as well as extending free jabs there need to be commonsense precautions over which staff are sent where; or, as in Australia, consider making the jab compulsory for care workers.

Who is advocating compulsory vaccination? None other than Frances Ryan.

Yes, the woman who spends most of her time writing ‘Guardian’ columns about how the disabled need more autonomy and not people telling them what’s best for them. Yet here she is, demanding that other people should have no autonomy, because she knows what’s best for them.

And as always, her army of flying nincompoops is close behind:

Yes, just shut up and take the needle, it’s for your own our benefit…

We’ll just ignore the fact that so very often, the NHS gets it wrong and can’t supply enough anyway.

4 comments for ““It’s Different When It’s Us!” Part 487358

  1. Vanessa
    September 28, 2018 at 11:24 am

    If I’m told I must be vaccinated or explain why, I’m happy to write them 5000 words referencing numerous major studies confirming that the efficacy of blanket flu immunisation is vastly overplayed.

    • September 28, 2018 at 1:43 pm

      Thanks, I’m getting pressure put on me right now and need some data.

      • Pcar
        September 28, 2018 at 10:51 pm

        @James

        Strengthen your immune system – stop washing your hands other than after handling raw meat, poo etc.

        • October 7, 2018 at 8:04 am

          It’s interesting how the rise in availability of sprays and wipes that are described as ‘antiseptic’ seems to have gone hand in hand with the rise in allergies and ‘syndromes’, isn’t it?

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