In Austria, the massive harm done to human life and health done by the Covid “vaccines” has resulted in the Austrian Minister of Health shifting responsibility to doctors who betrayed their medical responsibility to inform patients of the risks of the vaccine.
Of course, had doctors done so, they would have been punished for “spreading misinformation.” It was the Austrian government that tried to mandate coercive vaccination of every Austrian.
Read more: Austrian Health Minister and Medical Profession Dispute Responsibility for Massive Covid “Vaccine” Deaths and Health Damage, Institute for Political Economy, 1 July 2022
As reported by Global News, on 19 November 2021, Austria was to become the first country in western Europe to reimpose a full Covid lockdown. In addition to lockdown, it would require the whole population to be vaccinated from 1 February 2022. On 8 November Austria had imposed a lockdown on people who had not been vaccinated.
Less than seven months later, in a ten-page answer to written parliamentary questions from MP Mag. Gerald Hauser about liability for the Covid injections, it has become clear: Minister of Health Johannes Rauch apparently gets scared and brushes himself off at the vaccinators.
Doctors would have to provide sufficient information about the benefits and risks of the treatment in advance so that the person concerned can make an informed and free decision.
Question 1: What does the vaccinating doctor have to explain to the patient? Rauch’s answer stated:
“According to the settled case law of the Supreme Court, the treatment contract concluded with the doctor includes the obligation to inform patients about the possible dangers and harmful consequences of the treatment. This obligation to provide information also applies to vaccinations.
“The function of the information is to protect the freedom of choice of the person concerned. The person to be informed should be given the information he or she needs to understand the nature, significance and scope of a medical measure. Information about the benefits and risks should therefore be given to the extent that the person concerned needs help in making a decision.”
Answers to Written Parliamentary Questions, John Rauch, 3 June 2022