Large numbers of NHS workers prepared to revolt over vaccine mandates.

Dec 25, 2021 | Activism, Covid-19

The government is attempting to seep vaccine mandates into society, starting with care workers and now NHS workers. However, this whole policy could be doomed to fail as so many here in the UK are against vaccine mandates, even many who have had the jab themselves.

There are huge numbers of NHS workers prepared to quit in defiance of these mandates.

“Chris Hopson, the chief executive of NHS Providers, said that at one hospital trust in England, 40 midwives were refusing to get jabbed, raising fears that the maternity unit may have to close.

“Trust leaders are acutely aware that, from April onwards, when Covid vaccinations will become mandatory, decisions by staff to remain unvaccinated could – in extreme circumstances – lead to patient services being put at risk,” said Hopson.

“If sufficient numbers of unvaccinated staff in a particular service in a particular location choose not to get vaccinated, the viability and/or safety of that service could be at risk.”

The trust’s chief executive “is seriously concerned about the safety of the service” because of the potential exodus of midwives.

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) impact assessment of its policy found that as many as 126,000 unvaccinated staff (probably more?) could lose their job if the rule comes in on 1 April.

The House of Lords has raised concerns about the policy. Its secondary legislation scrutiny committee has warned that the DHSC’s definition of “face-to-face” is too vague, that it had no obvious contingency plans to “cope with expected staff losses” and that the potential loss of unvaccinated staff was “likely to be particularly acute” in London.

The RCM said: “We don’t yet have a number for midwives who have yet to be vaccinated. However, to meet the statutory requirement they will need to have their first vaccination by 3 February. The RCM will represent members. But there are very limited options.

“We are concerned that this will inevitably deepen maternity staff shortages and severely impact those midwives and maternity support workers left behind in services already struggling with acute staffing shortages.”

Non compliance comes in many manifestations, being prepared to quit one’s job for what one believes in is an incredibly powerful act of defiance that for sure does not go unnoticed. We all have our own individual roles to play in this fight and we must all stand with our brothers and sisters who are currently being tested in this.

Reality has ways of looking after anyone who chooses to follow their path with a heart, so long as we are ready to go into the journey with trust and faith. We can handle anything this testing ground we call earth throws at us.

Ultimately, as always, spiritual evolution is the name of the game, how far will you go for what you believe in?


1 Comment

  1. Catherine Fewtrell

    Will be shopping more at Iceland and Co op 🙌🏼🙌🏼


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