The UK Government / MHRA have released their 20th update on adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccines just days after announcing new legislation is to be brought in that will make it mandatory for anyone working in a care home to have two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine unless they have a medical exemption.
But this does not just include carers. The legislation is also being extended to require anybody who comes into the care home to do other work, such as tradespeople, and hairdressers and beauticians. Can you see where this is going? It this law comes to pass it will not be long before you will be required to be fully vaccinated so you are able to visit your family member in their care home.
After this they may decide hairdressers entering care homes who have clients outside of care homes are still a danger to those in care homes if their other customers are not vaccinated. Therefore, it will become a requirement to have two doses of one of the Covid vaccines to use a hairdressers.
Make no mistake, mandatory vaccinations will not start and end at care home workers.
But we must ask how on earth it is possible to make unlicensed, experimental treatments mandatory? Because that is exactly what they are. All of the Covid vaccines are still in phase three clinical trials, with the Pfizer trial not set to finish until 2023. It is for this reason that all of the Covid vaccines are not licensed, but instead have been granted emergency use authorisation.
But perhaps more importantly, why on earth would a government, there to serve the people who elect it, want to make unlicensed, experimental treatments mandatory that have so far caused 949,287 adverse reactions and 1,332 deaths according to the 20th update on adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines reported to the MHRA Yellow Card scheme?