“In recent years there has been an undocumented resistance growing within the medical community towards vaccinations, especially forced vaccinations.
The people who created some of the first vaccines like the small pox antidote for example, actually refuse to take most modern vaccinations due to the harmful toxins that they now contain.
Many hospital employees and public health workers are now being forced to take vaccinations. This measure of force was probobly taken to save face for the industry, because so many health workers have actually been refusing shots.”
“One hundred and fifty employees at Tri-Health received termination letters after not getting a mandatory flu shot.
According to a company official, employees were asked to get a flu shot which was offered on-site at the workplace and was free of charge. Employees that didn’t get the required flu shot got termination letters this week.
Those employees who were terminated can go through an appeals process and get re-instated, but that process begins with verification of getting the flu shot.”
A privately owned business has the right to set requirements for its employees, and hold consequences for those who refuse to follow them. I am not against such measures.
I did, however, want to call to light the fact that 150 employees risked losing their jobs over the refusal of a taking a flu shot. That’s a pretty large number over what might seem like a small issue.