Nurses discuss vaccine dangers online
I saw this discussion online on March 9, 2015. I’ll post the link at the bottom but don’t recommend that you click on it because the site is a bit “iffy” re viruses/spam potential (it’s an investment site). I like to see what nurses are saying amongst themselves because, in my experience, they are often silent anti-vaccine experts. They see what reactions are coming into the Emergency, they work with families with vaccine-injured children, and they whisper amongst themselves about the growing number of shots. Gloria Lemay
concerned nurse Lindum • 5 months ago
Healthcare providers are being coerced into accepting the vaccine. At some hospitals, if you don’t accept it, you have to wear a mask for the entire flu season. Difficult to do as a Healthcare provider…limits your vision as the masks fit poorly. Makes patients feel uncomfortable as they can’t read your facial expressions. Also, some nursing schools are making it mandatory to have the vaccine or you can’t be in the program . The current flu vaccines only have a 55% efficacy rate with only 50% population getting the actual vaccination.
Would you take your car to a mechanic who fixed it only 55% of the time?
Also there is a huge disparity in what people have to pay for the vaccine. Medicaid recipients get it for free. Certain income levels $13 at DHEC. People who work and have insurance pay $20-30 if it’s not covered by their insurance.
The free enterprise system is what motivates businesses, however, those companies should be obligated to be responsible in manufacturing their product and for the the quality of the product. Lastly, no one should ever be bullied into purchasing or accepting a product. Many healthcare providers have been in that profession for years and may have sought other opportunities if they had known that one day they would have to accept the flu vaccine.
heaven5951 concerned nurse • 5 months ago
Amen! No one should be forced to take any medicine that they don’t want to take. We nurses would NEVER force a patient to take anything against their will, but for some reason it’s ok to force us to take it. I’ve been a nurse for over 30 years, and I’ve never had the flu, until 2 years ago, when my granddaughter’s school was giving out “free” flu vaccines.
A few of the kids (one in her class that I know of) got the flumist vaccine, and 2 weeks later, one third of the school was out with the flu. Lilly got it, her momma got it, and I got it. Do you know who did NOT get it? Her 1 year old baby brother who was by her side the whole time she was sick. He even stuck a snotty tissue of hers in his mouth. And he is completely unvaccinated.
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