Doctors Push Back Against Mandating Experimental COVID Shots

'All human beings have a right to liberty'

YOKOSUKA, Japan (March 19, 2021) Kaitlyn Carney, a teacherís aide at Nile C. Kinnick High School onboard Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY), receives the COVID-19 vaccine from Hospital Corpsman Isabella Best, assigned to U.S. Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan (U.S. Navy photo by Ryo Isobe)

A coalition of medical organizations, many with far-left agendas, has called for COVID-19 vaccinations, which now all are considered experimental, to be mandatory for health-care workers.

“As we move towards full FDA approval of the currently available vaccines, all health care workers should get vaccinated for their own health, and to protect their colleagues, families, residents of long-term care facilities and patients,” said the statement signed by the American Medical Association, American Pharmacists Association, American Psychiatric Association, the American Public Health Association and dozens of others.

The AAPS said, instead, that “all human beings have the right to liberty, which they do not forfeit when they serve the sick or the disabled. The ethical commitment to protect others does not require workers to surrender their bodily integrity and self-determination and accept ‘the’ intervention dictated by a governmental or quasi-governmental authority”

The AAPS pointed out that all is not well in the establishment’s use of various experimental vaccines, and the associated campaign to encourage – or force – people to undergo the regimen.

“As around half the population has received injections permitted under an Emergency Use Authorization, which by federal law cannot be coerced, variant strains of SARS-CoV-2 have been proliferating, and hospitalizations and deaths are increasing, not diminishing as one would expect in an effective vaccination campaign. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated persons are succumbing. Reports of post-injection death or long-term disability to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System are reaching unprecedented levels,” the organization said.

“Medical interventions are rarely completely safe or effective, and risks and benefits differ in individual patients and differing circumstances. Achieving a premature stamp of approval from the Food and Drug Administration – premature because studies are not scheduled to be complete until the end of 2022 – does not confer safety or effectiveness. FDA-approved products have frequently been withdrawn in the past,” the AAPS said.

Further, the group said while the AMA-supported agenda of forced vaccinations includes a medical exemption, it “omits mention of a religious exemption though many workers object to receiving these products based on their religious beliefs.”

The bottom line is that, “Long-term effects of these novel, genetically engineered products cannot possibly be known at this point. These could include autoimmune disorders, antibody-enhanced disease, infertility, cancer, or birth defects,” the AAPS warned.

“Employers are obligated to protect their workers from foreseeable hazards, even from risks as low or lower than 1 in 10,000, and to compensate them if they suffer an injury. They are not permitted to impose risks that may well be that significant, especially without compensation. Benefit to the public does not justify sacrificing workers who do not willingly accept the risk. Moreover, the benefit to the public in this instance is purely hypothetical. Uninfected persons cannot transmit infection just because they are unvaccinated. Vaccinated persons can still infect others. Many medical workers already have natural immunity, and mandated shots impose risks without little or no benefit, yet there is no provision to exempt them.”

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