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The slippery slope with the 'flu' vaccine
« on: November 28, 2017, 05:30:54 am »

I wonder what percentage of "exemptions" are planned to be "denied".

http://www.fox19.com/story/36903210/50-employees-fired-after-refusing-flu-shot

DULUTH, MN (KBJR/CNN) - For dozens of employees at Essentia Health, Monday meant coming to work not knowing whether they would make it to Tuesday. All because of the flu shot.
“Purely voluntary or more education doesn’t get you those high levels of immunization compliance,” said Dr. Rajesh Prabhu, the company’s chief of patient quality and safety. Prabhu said it was essential that he take a mandatory approach.

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Re: The slippery slope with the 'flu' vaccine
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2017, 05:58:18 am »

Another round of this, I see. The "flu" vaccine is worthless at best, and a serious danger to children and elderly, or any with autoimmune problems. It actually weakens the immune system itself and does nothing to protect anyone from the "flu." A real shame.
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Re: The slippery slope with the 'flu' vaccine
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2017, 06:35:37 am »

I'm starting to see signs stating that flu shots are available year round!  Don't wait until the fall.  Get them early!  Get them often!

Thanks to ML and others on this forum I started digging a bit into the so called 'flu vaccine'.  Going on 5 years now that my family and I have not gotten the shot and, strangely enough, 5 years of no flu outbreak in our house!  Clean air, clean water, good food, plenty of exercise, hand washing and we're good to go.
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Re: The slippery slope with the 'flu' vaccine
« Reply #3 on: November 28, 2017, 07:06:54 am »

strangely enough, 5 years of no flu outbreak in our house! 

Outstanding! :)
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Re: The slippery slope with the 'flu' vaccine
« Reply #4 on: November 28, 2017, 07:38:39 am »

I stopped getting the vaccine about 15 years ago.

no flu so far, no missed days at work.

but they still does not stop the Dr. from asking if I want one.
Wondering if they get some kind of kick back for every shot given?
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Re: The slippery slope with the 'flu' vaccine
« Reply #5 on: November 28, 2017, 07:55:17 am »

Wondering if they get some kind of kick back for every shot given?

Wouldn't be surprised. I think that corporations, especially hospitals and so forth, get a nice kickback from the pharma people for these mandates. When I was working, the "shot" was seriously promoted, but not yet mandatory - but some hospitals had started that, along with the hepatitis vaccine. I could see the "mandatory" idea coming long before it hit.

The manager at the hospice was trying hard to get everyone to take the flu shot. I refused, and told her that I had never had the flu in my life, and wasn't about to mess that up.  I had taken the hepatitis shot in nursing school... and that's one I do recommend if you work with sick people, especially in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. Or anything to do with street people. They have a very high risk of infection.
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Re: The slippery slope with the 'flu' vaccine
« Reply #6 on: November 29, 2017, 07:08:42 am »

I stopped getting the vaccine about 15 years ago.

no flu so far, no missed days at work.

but they still does not stop the Dr. from asking if I want one.
Wondering if they get some kind of kick back for every shot given?

Our company does a huge "get yer shot" campaign every season.  Bring in medical folks, set up shop in the cafeteria, offer the shot 'free' to all employees.  Without fail, a few weeks to a month later all kinds of people are missing work due to illness.  I always joke with them afterwards.  "I thought you got the flu shot."  They think it strange they still got sick but always line up the next year for another one.  Sigh...
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