We have noted the significance of doctors and nurses refusing the dangerous vaccine – these people are professionals, experts, who are contradicting the Narrative that the vaccines are ‘safe and effective’. Their professional judgement, and particularly the actions they follow through with in light of their professional judgement, speaks volumes.
It blows the Covid Narrative apart.
The numbers allowed to be reported have ramped steadily up. A month or two ago we were told it was dozens, then hundreds of Australian healthcare workers. Just yesterday we reported that as many as 2300 Queensland healthcare workers were refusing mandatory vaccination.
Today it has been announced that 4000 are being stood down, and the number who refuse could be as high as 7000:
Queensland’s Health Minister says she is not concerned about widespread disruption in the state’s hospital system after the suspension of thousands of health workers who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19.
It comes as Queensland recorded zero new community cases of COVID-19 and one new positive case in hotel quarantine — a returned overseas traveller from Ukraine.
The Health Department had set a deadline for the start of this month for workers to receive two doses of a COVID-19 vaccination or be shut out of the workplace.
Queensland Health Minister Yvette D’Ath said more than 92 per cent of staff had already been vaccinated.
They always stress the percentage in an attempt to make those who stand firm feel powerless. Then you hear the actual number:
But more than 7,000 staff were yet to confirm their vaccination status, with about 4,000 to receive show-cause notices today and be suspended on full-pay.
“We have a number of staff who will now go through a show-cause process and we will put in place measures to manage any workforce shortages that might occur,” Ms D’Ath said.
That’s huge. An army of 7000 can hold back an army of tens of thousands. It has been done countless times throughout history.
They’re coping hard, trying to save face:
Ms D’Ath said it was essential all frontline staff were vaccinated, to deal with the expected surge in COVID cases when the Queensland border is reopened next month
“It’s about keeping our staff safe, and our patients and visitors safe and making sure we have the staff, so that when we do start getting those cases that we will get, that we have the staff who are vaccinated,” Ms D’Ath said.
“We expected this — I have every confidence that these numbers [of vaccinated staff] will continue to grow each day.”
Ms D’Ath said there would be disruptions while dealing with the staff shortfall, but it was better than having the 108,000 total workforce potentially exposed to the virus.
The message is clear. Hold the line. A small percentage of people who refuse to submit to medical tyranny can make a massive impact, particularly in key roles. We can force the government to change its policy. It requires people to be prepared to withstand both financial pressures and all the emotional barbs thrown our way.
In short, show courage and strength and we will win.