Unjabbed midwives are afraid to lose their jobs with the NHS staff’s compulsory vaccine after choosing not to use Covid Jab because of heart disease.
- NHS workers must be vaccinated as a condition of employment from April 1st
- Midwife Erica Thompson chose not to receive jabs because of her health
- The midwife is worried that the vaccine will inflame the heart and damage her personal health.
- People in her condition have seen evidence of very rare cases affected by jabs
- She is worried that the NHS will be “thinned out” by a new mission on staff jabs.
An unjabbed midwife is concerned that she will be fired from work after choosing not to use Covid Jab because of heart disease.
NHS Workers will face compulsory vaccination as a condition of employment from April 1st. However, Erica Thompson, an independent midwife from Hampshire, chose not to receive the jab because of an inflammatory condition in her heart.
Mr. Thompson, who previously had Covid, is not against the vaccine, but her personal health after seeing evidence of a very rare case in which people with heart inflammation were affected by a jab. I am concerned that it may be compromised.
This is despite the fact that the British Heart Foundation recommends that people with heart inflammation or a history of vaccination be vaccinated.
Talk to BBC, She said:’I don’t want to be a midwife anymore. It feels like part of myself. But I also strongly feel that the mission is not a way forward and that making these decisions violates our human rights.
Thompson, who also works for the local NHS unit when staff is needed, is concerned that the new rules on NHS employment will affect the general public.
She said the organization could not lose staff and their many years of experience and would be “thinned out” if staff were dismissed.
Erica Thompson (pictured), an independent midwife from Hampshire, chose not to receive the jab because of an inflamed heart condition.
Ms. Thompson said she had innate immunity after having Covid and wondered why it was not taken into account in the equation.
However, government vaccine adviser Professor Adam Finn said that the immunity to the serious illness gained by obtaining Covid diminishes faster than protection from jabs, and according to the Department of Health (DHSC), jabs are viruses.
There are about 90% of NHS workers already vaccinated, but there are 7,000 staff in the southern region who do not have one jab.
The Royal College of Midwives and Unison support staff being jabbed, but oppose mandating vaccination.
A DHSC spokesperson said: ‘The NHS and care staff have done a great job and are grateful to those who chose to vaccinate.
“Healthcare workers and long-term care workers are responsible for caring for the most vulnerable people in society, many of whom are more likely to suffer serious health consequences if exposed to the virus. ..
“This is about patient safety and ensures that people in hospitals and long-term care facilities receive as much protection as possible.”
Thompson, who also works for the local NHS unit when staff is needed, is concerned that the new rules on NHS employment will affect the general public (stock image).
Unjabbed midwives are afraid to lose their jobs with forced vaccines from NHS staff
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