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Vaccinations: Rights/Compensation

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Post by DonnieD Mon 19 Jul 2021, 17:56

I took it because I have no choice with family stuck outside the country but they shouldn't be allowed to force it. That's just stupid

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Post by Figowa Fri 30 Apr 2021, 06:19

That's the thing nobody knows what experimental mRNA gene therapy shots will do to people in long run. This "new technology" as Fauci called it, works behind the scenes of your immune system. It hasn't been FDA approved in the USA.

Last I heard gov't and pharma can't be sued, liability free. If adverse effects are so rare, why the immunity? Good link otherwise, maybe it could be legit and helpful later on.

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Post by Riddick Thu 29 Apr 2021, 18:51

I don't trust Trudeau or politicians in general.....but for what it is worth.....here is another of his pledges:

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/liberals-announce-a-vaccine-harms-compensation-program/ar-BB1bQIvs?ocid=mailsignout&li=AAggNb9

I know there is a group suing him.......but he is the Teflon king. I sincerely hope this vaccine (which is not even a true vaccine if one needs to have regular boosters....could end up like the flu shot) has no residual/long-term effects.

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Post by Figowa Thu 29 Apr 2021, 11:23

Yes, voluntary as it should be. My concern could voc rehab/IRB be halted because of declining a vaccination which may halt your "progress". My health comes first and I don't want any chances to make it worse.

Effects are different for everybody, some immediate some over a period of time. I'm usre you'd have to provide evidence of linking it. Nobody knows long term because the trials just started recently when it was rolled out.

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Post by Teentitan Thu 29 Apr 2021, 10:41

Taking a vaccination is 100% VOLUNTARY

ABSOLUTELY NO ONE CAN ORDER YOU TO TAKE IT.

If you do decide to get a vaccine make sure you understand the information given to you in writing about possible side effects. I had a slight headache and a sore arm. Aspirin and stretching cured that.

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Post by Figowa Thu 29 Apr 2021, 05:24

I don't want this to become a debate of whether they are good or bad. My concerns lately have been.

Can we be forced to take it under VAC direction/policies of continued support?

If so, would we be covered/compensated if any adverse effects were to happen?

I'll just leave it at that and see where this goes. Just want to know our rights whether we volunteer for it or are "forced" to take it.

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