Feb 22, 2013

Mandatory Flu Shot or Wear a Mask at Work

Choice should be Mandatory
Having worked in hospitals throughout my career in numerous positions such as respiratory therapist, transportation orderly and psych technician these facilities are more like communities to the employees and the one thing that hospitals have an abundance of is gossip. If you show up at work wearing a mask every single employee in that hospital will ask you if you're sick and every patient you encounter will believe that either you or they are contagious. This is a type of Scarlet Letter with the sole purpose of marking individuals who do not comply with the current pharmacratic dictatorship of control system.
The plan is to have 'public ridicule' be the final line of defense picking off the procrastinating pedestrians still sitting on the fence pondering whether vaccines are good or evil. If in fact the vaccines worked way they say why would they care whether or not I choose to avoid them? If I become ill with a bacterial disease that 99% of the population is vaccinated against how is it that I pose any threat? How is it that I could infect their children if the vaccines work the way they say they do? Instead when you look deep into any of the outbreaks that the media propagate you will find the majority of those cases involve vaccinated patients.
Warning you are now about to leave the rabbit hole the article below will give you an idea of what the establishment want you to comply with please wear your 'They Live' glasses and share this information with your friends.
Syracuse, N.Y. -- Health care workers who do not get flu shots would be required to wear masks under a regulation proposed today by the state Health Department.

The requirement would apply to workers in hospitals, nursing homes, diagnostic and treatment centers, home care agencies and hospices. Unvaccinated workers would have to wear surgical or procedure masks in areas where patients are present.

"This regulation will enable health care workers to meet their obligation to do no harm to patients," Dr. Nirav R. Shah, the state's health commissioner, said in a prepared statement.

He said all health care workers should be vaccinated against influenza.

Less than half of the state's health care workers were vaccinated during the 2011-2012 flu season.

The state briefly imposed a regulation mandating flu vaccinations for health care workers in 2009, the year of the H1N1 swine flu pandemic. It suspended the mandate after the measure sparked a backlash from health care workers and unions.

Some unions are backing the proposed mask requirement. Top officials of 1199 SEIU and the Greater New York Hospital Association announced their support for the measure.

The nation has been experiencing its worst seasonal flu season in a decade. Flu activity peaked in Central New York just before Christmas.

St Joseph's Hospital Health Center and Crouse Hospital in Syracuse already make nurses and other unvaccinated workers wear masks if they work directly with patients.

Upstate University Hospital did not mandate masks because it feared doing so would spark union opposition.

The proposed state regulation will be published in the State Register next well and the public will get an opportunity to comment on it.

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