Many companies, especially hospitals, are going to mandate the COVID-19 experimental gene therapy shot as soon as it is given full Food and Drug Administration approval. Already, without full approval, Houston Methodist hospitals have made headlines for firing employees who continue to refuse to take this shot.
Employees at more than 40 hospitals in Missouri, Kansas, and some neighboring states will be required to get a COVID-19 vaccination, the Mercy health system announced Wednesday, making it among the few in the nation to mandate the shots. The rule goes into effect on September 30 for the hospitals, which are in such cities as Springfield, Joplin, and St. Louis, as well as in Kansas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. These hospitals will require the vaccine whether full approval is given or not.
But full approval is imminent, and we are all aware of that by now. Additionally, other hospitals plan on making the “vaccine” mandatory once full approval is given.
In the Kansas City area, major hospital systems told The Star they do not require employees to be vaccinated, with two saying they won’t consider it until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gives the vaccines full approval. The FDA has OK’d vaccines by Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson for emergency use, but full approval is pending.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis said Wednesday it will require its 1,100 employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of August. Central bankers now want their employees “vaccinated” too. But they won’t need all of those employees after they get the digital dollar rolled out, and we know that’s coming quickly too. It’s also likely that those who remain “unvaccinated” will not get their universal basic income slave wage and if they do and continue to hold out, access to funds will be denied.
It’s hard to say right now just how far businesses will go to mandate the vaccine. But with a shortage of employees, it could get uglier economically if they continue. Many will continue to refuse even if they lose their job over it.