Posts Tagged ‘Medical Freedom’
Lockdowns In United Kingdom Have Resulted In Poor Cognitive Development Among Children 5 And Below.
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) is “extremely concerned” about the number of toddlers in the United Kingdom who are having difficulty communicating as a result of frequent lockdowns. Therapists and charities are concerned about a rapid loss in speech and motor abilities, with language treatment requests tripling. Children (and adults) receive speech and language therapy to assist them in communicating. The RCSLT’s chief executive, Kamini Gadhok, told the Telegraph that its members are “extremely concerned” about the number of children who are having difficulty communicating, and that member therapists are unable to meet demand. “The larger the difference by the time the child is five,” she explained, “the more difficult it is to bridge.” Without early help, Gadhok said, young children are considerably more likely to develop emotional and behavioral difficulties. According to assessments, one in…Read More
884 Navy Service Members Discharged For Refusal To Comply With Mandatory COVID-19 “Vaccine” Policy.
The number of Navy members fired for refusing vaccinations has grown to 884, according to the military service. The Navy reported in a COVID-19 update that 796 active component sailors and 66 reserve component sailors had been separated, all with “an honorable characterization of service.” There have been a total of 22 Entry Level Separations. Individuals who have departed from the Navy before completing 180 days of active military duty have received their separations since the vaccination mandate began. Active-duty sailors were required to be completely vaccinated with COVID-19 by November 28, 2021, while reserve forces had until December 28, 2021. The COVID-19 vaccine requirement was first implemented in August 2021 by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, a Biden nominee, who stated that vaccination will “allow our military members to stay healthy, better protect their families, and guarantee that our force…Read More
Employees Across Canada Are Taking Legal Action Against Their Employers For Their Tyrannical COVID Vaccination Policy.
After a cease and desist letter was dismissed by the firm, Purolator courier employees are planning to sue their employer over its required COVID-19 immunization policy. According to a statement acquired by The Epoch Times on May 6, a group of hundreds of unionized and non-unionized employees will demand hundreds of millions of dollars in punitive damages from Purolator. Purolator’s vaccination policy required staff to be completely vaccinated by Nov. 1 and legally allows medical and conscience exemptions, but the group of employees claims that all accommodation requests have so far been denied. After a grace period during which testing may be utilized as an option, non-compliant staff were placed on unpaid leave on Jan. 10, according to the statement, which led to some choosing early retirements or finding work elsewhere. According to the May 6 statement, “the harm and…Read More
Volunteers Establish A Program To Aid COVID Patients Seeking Alternative Treatments.
Lawyers from all over the country are donating their time to help connect persons with “dire circumstances” surrounding COVID-19 with experienced attorneys who can assist them. Patients and their families told The Epoch Times that finding a lawyer prepared to even discuss their legal concerns has been difficult. Clients will have access to all of the knowledge that participating attorneys have gained and shared about fighting COVID-19-related legal fights since the pandemic began on March 22 when they join the network, which officially opened on March 22. The COVID Resource Network, a loosely organized network of attorneys from across the country, presently has about 250 members. Organizers expect it to grow exponentially as more “freedom-fighting” attorneys commit to helping patients get access to medication they want to try, employees fight their employers’ vaccine mandates, and patients prepare for hospital admissions…Read More
LAUSD Still Requiring Students To Mask Up Despite State & County Mandate Being Lifted.
Even when California’s statewide mask rule for indoor public places expires, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) indicated it will keep its kids disguised, at least for the time being. This Monday is the first day that many California students will not have to wear a mask to school. However, due to agreements between the school district and its teachers’ union, an indoor mask rule remains in force for almost 600,000 LAUSD children. LAUSD, the nation’s second-largest public school district, said it is still working with partners, notably United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA), to develop a plan to move away from mask restrictions and instead “highly urge” wearing masks indoors. Any changes to the district’s health and safety regulations must be negotiated between the district and the union, according to a September 2021 agreement. In a statement, LAUSD Superintendent…Read More
USAF Lt. Col. Attributes Low Morale In The Ranks To Biden Admin Vaccine Mandates.
President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates, which require everyone employed by the federal government to get vaccinated or lose their job, have harmed morale for both military troops and contractors, according to Lt. Col. Adam Conrad of the United States Air Force (USAF). Conrad gave a bleak picture of the situation facing US Air Force members, who have been fearful of losing their jobs if they refuse to take the experimental CCP viral vaccination. Conrad, who requested that his name be altered to preserve his identity, remarked, “I’ve never seen morale that low.” Conrad, like many other military personnel, faces the possibility of losing his career if he refuses to take the CCP virus vaccine. Despite his relatively high position in the service, Conrad has submitted an exemption request and is not optimistic that it will be granted. Most servicemembers who…Read More
The World Health Organization Changes It’s Stance Yet Again To Advocate For Boosters.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said Tuesday that it “highly endorses” the administration of COVID-19 booster doses, altering its earlier position that boosters were not required for fully vaccinated healthy persons. “Current COVID-19 vaccinations for primary series and booster doses,” according to the WHO’s new vaccine warning, give “high levels of protection against severe disease and mortality,” even in the context of Omicron’s spread. The WHO appeared to modify its prior position, in which it opposed the widespread use of booster injections and emphasized that it should be based on proof of individual and collective commitments to ensure global vaccination fairness. Last year, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebereyesus proposed for a freeze on booster injections for healthy individuals until the end of 2021 to address “deep disparity” in global vaccine access. “But for the time being, we don’t want to…Read More
3 LAPD Employees Terminated & Seven Pending For Peaceful Non-Compliance Of COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate.
Three Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers have been fired for failing to comply with the city’s requirement that they get vaccinated against COVID-19 or receive a religious or medical exemption, according to LAPD Assistant Chief Dominic Choi. Seven other employees are facing dismissal, and a total of 14 people—13 sworn and one civilian—have been found to be in violation of the immunization mandate, according to Choi. Approximately 83 percent of the department has been fully vaccinated, 0.4 percent has been partially vaccinated, and 16.2% has not been immunized. There are currently over 2,000 exemptions outstanding. People who have recently tested positive for COVID-19 are eligible for medical exemptions, which last for 90 days. City Councilman Joe Buscaino, who is running for mayor, said on Friday that he believes “it should be a question of personal choice and that we…Read More
Ottawa Police Chief Promises to “Rebuild Public Trust” Whilst Detesting Freedom Convoy Demonstrations.
Following the Freedom Convoy protest, which parked in the city for almost three weeks to resist federal COVID-19 rules and restrictions, temporary police chief Steve Bell promised to “rebuild public trust” in the municipal force. “The residents of Ottawa have been subjected to great inconveniences, fear, and uncertainty over the past month as a result of illegal protests in our city,” Bell stated in a statement on March 7. “It’s reasonable to have questions about the direction of the Ottawa Police Department, and it’s critical that we respond squarely to those issues.” The Ottawa police force, according to Bell, has “created an experienced and diverse leadership team” that is committed to “cultural and systemic transformation.” He said the service would continue internal investigations into inappropriate police action in relation to what he called “illegal protests” in Ottawa, and that a…Read More
Six Industries Challenge Western Australia Vaccine Mandates.
In the midst of a similar legal struggle between the state and members of the WA Police Force, members of six new significant sectors are challenging Western Australia’s (WA) vaccination mandates in court. Police, health, construction, education, fire and emergency services, corrections, and essential electricity infrastructure are now among the seven industries involved in the legal processes. On Nov. 26, 2021, WA Police Senior Constable Ben Falconer filed the first case after he and other unvaccinated employees were threatened with disciplinary consequences if they did not get vaccinated by Dec. 21. Representatives for all seven groups, Hotchkin Hanley Lawyers, successfully defended the initial challenge on Dec. 24 in a landmark judgement that allowed all 25 unvaccinated police officers to keep their jobs until the final trial in March 2022. “The applicants in the six additional challenges, all of whom have…Read More