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The Facts: Robb Butler, executive director for WHO Europe, feels countries need to have healthy debate around mandating vaccines for all.
He feels that every single person in every country needs to be vaccinated.
Science indicates vaccines don’t stop transmission or infection, manking vaccine mandate policy out of touch with science.
Reflect On: Why is there constant fear associated with COVID without presenting statistics like infection fatality rate which indicate only a small subset of the poulation is at risk to COVID?
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The World Health Organisation suggests countries should begin having a healthy conversation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Robb Butler, executive director for WHO Europe, said during an interview with Sky News “Mandatory vaccination can, but doesn’t always increase uptake.” Sign up to our newsletter Big Tech censors independent media, stay connected to us through our newsletter. Click here to join. He added: “There are lessons of history here where mandates have come at the expense of trust, social inclusion. So it is very delicate, but we believe it is time to have that conversation, from an individual and population-based perspective.” As we head into winter months, cases are rising again in Europe, pushing people like Butler to offer comment. But if we have learned one thing since the beginning of vaccine rollout, vaccines wane , and many physicians agree that not everyone in the poulation should be vaccinated nor needs to be, so why is policy always focused on mandates? By February in Austria, if people are not vaccinated they can face fines or even jail time. We’re already seeing these policies play out and they are clearly authoritarian. Further, they seem out of touch with science and reality.For example, a new Lancet study , “Community transmission and viral load kinetics,” looked at the transmission of […]
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