That is a cynical way of looking at things.So in England the solution to pressure on the hospitals is to (permanently) fire unvaccinated doctors and nurses, to stop them infecting vaccinated people, with a variant whose symptoms in the vast najority are those of a common cold -- if any -- in spite of the booster's preventing transmission wears off after only one month. Smart move ...
I doubt very much that many of those working in the health service will be affected by this in the long run.My agenda is fairness and not depriving anyone of their livelihood on account of they don't want to take the vaccine -- for whatever reason -- but especially not well informed and responsible medical practicioners of long experience.
It's daft to force experienced and dedicated NHS doctors to have a booster they know is going to be ineffective after 30 days, in order to make a show. These are the people dealing with the NHS problems every day of their lives. They are mature, intelligent individuals capable of making their own medical decisions about whether or not to get the vaxx/booster. It's disgraceful to take away the livelihood of anyone who refuses to vaxx -- let alone that of the doctors there in the hospitals, working ridiculous hours under ridiculous pressures -- just to make a show.It will only be a few campaigners who sacrifice their jobs.
If the NHS promotes not being vaccinated, it looks rather daft, don't you think?
Catchy sloganeering. You could make it into a song. Did you watch the video clip? Did you listen to the doctor's reasons?It aint for show! It is to keep health practioners from becoming hospital patients.
The vax keeps most who get the bug from needing a hospital bed, ventilator or coffin.
Don't you think that you are the one being hysterical here?There's too much knee-jerk hysteria and flag waving..
I have seen zero data supporting those claims...lots of conjecture tho.Omi infection leads to proper immunity. Everyone is going to get it anyway