Irresponsible unvaccinated NHS nurses are accountable for:
- empowering the ignorant anti-vaxxers (people who believe vaccines are unsafe and infringe on their human rights)
as well as
- putting patients and colleagues at direct risk for exposure to the serious and sometimes deadly, coronavirus disease
- undermining public confidence in the Covid vaccine and encouraging the population to avoid getting jabbed, as it sends a clear strong message that vaccines are no longer IMPORTANT when they insist that vaccination is unnecessary, so should NOT to be a condition of employment for health and social care workers, but in reality, the vaccine is undoubtably the best line of defence in our Nation’s fight against this destructive virus
- discouraging the general population to get the jab – on the basis that if the medical professionals don’t trust it then why should anyone else, eh?
[MEDICAL GUIDELINES – healthcare workers (HCWs) are at RISK for ‘exposure’ to serious, and sometimes deadly, diseases. If anyone works ‘directly’ with patients or ‘handles’ material that could SPREAD infection, they should get appropriate vaccines to REDUCE the chance that they will get or spread ‘vaccine-preventable’ diseases. They individually NEED to protect themself, their patients, and their family members. They MUST make SURE they are always up-to-date with ‘recommended vaccines’]
Healthcare workers include physicians, nurses, emergency medical personnel, dental professionals and students, medical and nursing students, laboratory technicians, pharmacists, hospital volunteers, and administrative staff.
- letting down and kicking in the teeth their fully vaccinated fellow nurse colleagues who have suffered unimaginably throughout the pandemic with debilitating overwork and stress, their hospitals’ intensive care beds persistently blocked by often dying ‘unvaccinated’ patients, while consequently other ill people also end up needlessly losing their lives as due to bed shortages they are unable to be given the operations and treatments needed to save their lives from cancer, organ failure, or other critically conditions
However, with typical ‘booze–partying’ Boris Johnson government weakness, shopping trolley ‘smashing between aisles’ syndrome, flip flopping, and with the support of ‘out of kilter’ Health Secretary Sajid Javid (who previously HAD said “NHS staff have a DUTY to be vaccinated”) is shockingly now planning a last-minute reversal U-turn on mandatory Covid jabs for NHS and social care workers when under pressure from clearly ‘professionally uncommitted’ staff threatening if the plan went ahead, crippling staff shortages by abandoning their posts through remaining un-jabbed – therefore they all should immediately be ‘struck-off’ to protect society, and replacements recruited who actually accept responsibility for adhering to proper ‘professional standards’, eh?
What’s most surprising about this saga of ‘qualified’ staff rejecting the need to be personally protected, even from the potentially deadly latest Covid BA.2 Omicron variant disease, is that for many many decades it has been totally accepted that ALL hospital doctors and appropriate colleagues, amongst other things, have to be Inoculated against Hepatitis B together with being regularly tested and having documented evidence of a complete hepB vaccine series, or a blood test that shows they are immune to hepatitis B (i.e., no serologic evidence of immunity or prior vaccination) – WHAT’S FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGED MAKING NHS STAFF NOW REFUSE TO ACCEPT SUCH ESSENTIAL PUBLIC SAFETY MEASURES?
is an ‘infectious’ disease caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) that affects the LIVER; it is a type of viral hepatitis. The virus is ‘transmitted’ by exposure to infectious blood or body fluids. It can cause both ‘acute’ and ‘chronic’ infection. Many people have no symptoms during the initial infection. In ‘acute’ infection, some may develop a rapid onset of sickness with vomiting, yellowish skin, tiredness, dark urine, and abdominal pain. Often these symptoms last a few weeks and rarely does the initial infection result in death, and while most of those with chronic disease have no symptoms, CIRRHOSIS and liver CANCER however eventually DEVELOP]
Notes: INOCULATION and VACCINATION are two closely related terms. Sometimes they are used interchangeably. Inoculation [the term comes from Middle English “inoculaten” which means grafting a plant part to another plant]. One definition for inoculation is that it is introducing or placing something which will grow or reproduce. Inoculation of a vaccine or an antigenic substance is also common. This type of inoculation is done to increase immunity towards a specific disease has a broader meaning compared to vaccination [the word vaccination comes from Latin word “vacca”, which stands for cow (the reason behind this interesting origin is that the first ever vaccine made emanated from small pox, which has a close resemblance to the pathogen cow-pox, a virus disease affecting cows but can be spread by touch from cows to humans, localizing in small blood vessels of the skin and in the mouth and throat – in the skin, this results in a characteristic maculopapular rash, and later, raised fluid-filled blisters). While vaccination is introducing immunogens to the body in order to stimulate the immune system to produce more antibodies to fight infections. (Vaccination is essential for it gives the body a chance to produce antibodies and be prepared with a memory IF a natural pathogenic attack occurs. The method is efficient because then it requires less time to produce antibodies to fight the germs. Some vaccines are also given after contracting the disease. It is the MOST efficient and widely used method of immunization. This method has helped people to fight dangerous diseases. Vaccines such as small pox, measles, tetanus, and polio are very popular and effective examples for the mission and are used throughout the world]. However, depending on the situation inoculation could mean vaccination. In such cases both are considered as artificial induction of immunity. vaccination. In such cases both are considered as artificial induction of immunity.
Most vaccines are given as injections, and some are given orally. Polio and cholera vaccines are good examples for orally given vaccines. Depending on the type, 4 vaccination classes could be identified:
(i) Some vaccines contain killed bacteria or virus.
(ii) Some contain attenuated live virus or bacteria.
(iii) Some vaccines may contain a part of the virus or bacteria such as protein capsid or a bacterial cell wall.
(iv) Some vaccines contain isolated compounds or secretions such as bacterial toxins.
[Inoculation has a ‘broader’ meaning than vaccination. Inoculation done in order to achieve ‘immunization’ is CALLED vaccination. This makes vaccination a sub method of inoculation]