Houston nurse had Covid-19 and fired for delay in vaccination waiting for clinical trials to be completed, 2 in management resigned, Why are we vaccinating those with Covid antibodies?
“Why are we vaccinating healthy adults when 81 percent of Covid-19 cases are mild and there is a 99 percent survival rate. Why are we testing vaccines on children who are minimally impacted by the disease?”…Citizen Wells
“it is my sincere hope that this public letter might stimulate FDA, Pfizer and Moderna leaders to think critically and quickly about the immunological danger the COVID-19 vaccine might pose to those persons naturally infected by SARS-CoV-2 — most especially to those infected who are recently convalescent, asymptomatic carriers, the elderly and frail or those with significant cardiovascular risk factors.”...Dr. Hooman Noorchashm
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
This story is bigger than it seems.
2 people in management resigned rather than take the vaccine.
Nurse Michelle Fuentes already had Covid-19 and therefore the antibodies.
A proven protection against getting Covid-19 over the unproven and somewhat dangerous vaccine,
From Fox 13.
“Houston-area nurse says she was terminated for declining the COVID-19 vaccine
A Houston-area woman says she was a nurse at Houston Methodist for about 10 years until this week.”
On April 1, Houston Methodist announced it would require employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine by June 7. However, the hospital system asked employees who would not get the vaccine to submit documentation for consideration for a medical or religious exemption by May 3.
Fuentes says she made a final effort to voice her concern to save her job at Houston Methodist before turning in her two-weeks notice.
“I just needed a little bit more time and little bit more research to be done,” Fuentes stated.
She adds she wants the clinical trials to be completed before she decides to get the vaccine or not. But stresses she is not against vaccines and gets the flu vaccine every year.
A spokesperson for the hospital system says 90% of employees are vaccinated now, and only two in management have resigned so far.”
“In the meantime, Fuentes says she was prepared to wear masks at work and show lab results of COVID-19 antibodies since she’d recovered from the disease.
She adds, she regularly worked in a surgical unit, but volunteered to work in the COVID-19 unit.”
Why are we vaccinating people who have had Covid-19?
““Retired surgeon and former U-Penn Medicine professor Dr. Hooman Noorchashm warned that orchestrating a blanket coronavirus vaccination for every American regardless of prior immunity or presence of risk factors could be a “dangerous medical approach.”
Noorchashm told Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Today” that patients shouldn’t fear asking legitimate questions about the vaccine, immunity status or the vaccine “passport” system already being deployed in places like New York.”
“”Now the question is, have we done enough to make sure it’s safe in everyone. Are there categories in subset of people in whom this vaccine may actually pose some sort of risk? — I think the answer to that is yes.”
“They delivered an effective vaccine. Now, the safety part of it is what they’re making a mistake with: It’s a mistake to be vaccinating people who have had recent or current infections.””
“”If someone is natural immune there’s no reason to go and re-vaccinate them, those persons would actually be an unnecessary medical procedure … This is a very unusual thing,” he said.”