Medical care and self-treatment - HEADS UP

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All of Arizona and other hospitals across the USA are starting mandated VACCINES for all employees in a hospital or healthcare system (clinics, urgent cares, labs, etc) with some starting by Sept 1 and in AZ by October 4th of this year. Very few exemptions, either comply or get terminated.

This will include all Banner Health and Dignity Health care centers, so far.

LOTS of on-line protests are forming and if you see the nurses, doctors and other healthcare workers on protest in your area, show some support !! Good example on facebook groups are: "strength in numbers" and "Arizona Healthcare Professionals"

SO how does this relate to surival? Time to stock up on home medications, get extra 90 day of prescriptions, restock your first aid kits, learn basic, advanced and wilderness medicine. Get some manuals in actual paper form designed for beginners so you have something to work from in understanding how to fix some basic problems.

If you already got VAXXED and don't really care that it will affect you then just know that over 50% of hospital workers will no longer be employed by the first week of October which also include logistics, labs, x-rays, scheduling and even house maintence.

This is about Freedom of Choice and not mandating ANY medical experiment onto anyone.
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Whether anyone here got the vax or not, I hope we can ALL agree that mandating it is wrong. This is a hill worth dying on.

That's a great idea to stock up on medical supplies if you aren't already. During the great TP shortage of 2020, stuff like isopropyl alcohol and hydrogen peroxide was off store shelves for a long time. I can only imagine what it would be like if there was actually a need for medical supplies.
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They pay signing bonuses for nurses due to shortage, what if the best and smartest nurses refuse?

Hmmmm, doesn't take a rocket surgeon.
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Related story:

"Whether we’re talking about nurses, surgeons, or general practitioners, the US has already experienced a shortage of healthcare workers. Is it about to get worse? We’ve already seen the beginnings of this throughout the past two years."

https://www.theorganicprepper.com/short ... e-workers/
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some signs from the protests around the country
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My daughter is in her final year to be a nurse at GCU and was just notified everyone has to get the jab to start their clinicals. The hospital's are requiring it not GCU.
She is adamant about not being vaxed (smart girl) we are scrambling to figure out a plan of action for her.
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As I predicted, a State Supreme Court has upheld the vaccine mandate. I'm sure this will happen nationwide as there is a legal precedent that happened in 1905 with the Smallpox vaccine.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacobson_ ... he%20state.

Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court upheld the authority of states to enforce compulsory vaccination laws. The Court's decision articulated the view that individual liberty is not absolute and is subject to the police power of the state.

https://news.yahoo.com/supreme-court-de ... p_catchall

Supreme Court Denies Petition to Block Indiana University’s Vaccinate Mandate

The Supreme Court denied Thursday the petition of eight Indiana University students asking to block the school’s requirement that students receive the COVID vaccine as a condition of fall enrollment.

Newly confirmed conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett was charged with reviewing the legal challenge to the college’s rule and refused to block it. No other justices on the bench offered a dissenting opinion.

The case originated when a group of Indiana students asked the court for an emergency order striking down the mandate, claiming that the potential harm of inoculation exceeded the merits of protection against the disease for their age demographic.

“Protection of others does not relieve our society from the central canon of medical ethics requiring voluntary and informed consent,” their plea read.

The high court’s decision comes after a federal judge upheld the university’s requirement last month and declined to grant a preliminary injunction against the policy. Judge Damon R. Leichty of the U.S. District Court for Northern Indiana argued that as a private institution the school is allowed to have “a reasonable and due process of vaccination in the legitimate interest of public health for its students, faculty, and staff.”

Students have recourse if they have religious or medical objections to the rule and can seek an exemption, attend virtual classes, transfer schools, or take the semester off, the judge said.

“The court isn’t saying a student doesn’t have the right to choose,” Leichty wrote. “Of course every individual does — subject to the state’s reasonable measures designed to pursue legitimate ends of disease control or eradication.”
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Tenring wrote: August 12th, 2021, 8:53 pm My daughter is in her final year to be a nurse at GCU and was just notified everyone has to get the jab to start their clinicals. The hospital's are requiring it not GCU.
She is adamant about not being vaxed (smart girl) we are scrambling to figure out a plan of action for her.
IF your daughter wants to learn how to be exempt have her look the "strength in numbers" facebook page and become a member. Tons of forms and good advice for employed RN and students
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Thanks for the info
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Why You Need to be Medically Prepared
Three risk factors may jeopardize your access to healthcare soon.

A shortage of healthcare workers in the US
The likelihood of continued supply chain disruptions
Medical providers denying service due to COVID-19 vaccination status
US Shortage of Healthcare Workers
As Aden Tate reports here, we are facing a shortage of healthcare workers in the US. Hospitals and healthcare facilities have been short-staffed for years. But, the exhaustion of providing care during COVID-19 while understaffed has only exacerbated the problem.

As we enter another cold, flu & covid season, we can expect the demands on our healthcare system and workers to intensify. Appointments will become more challenging to make, and wait times for urgent care will be longer.

Supply Chain Disruptions
Add to this that we still import most of our medical supplies from China. In May, China’s Yantian port shut down for an entire month due to a COVID-19 outbreak. Last week, China just shut down Ningbo-Zhoushan port when a single worker tested positive for COVID-19. Ningbo-Zhoushan is the world’s third busiest container port and the second largest in China. Chinese port closings could easily cause a global shortage in medical supplies.

https://www.theorganicprepper.com/prepp ... -supplies/
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Flash wrote: August 13th, 2021, 8:12 am As I predicted, a State Supreme Court has upheld the vaccine mandate. I'm sure this will happen nationwide as there is a legal precedent that happened in 1905 with the Smallpox vaccine.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacobson_ ... he%20state.

Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court upheld the authority of states to enforce compulsory vaccination laws. The Court's decision articulated the view that individual liberty is not absolute and is subject to the police power of the state.

https://news.yahoo.com/supreme-court-de ... p_catchall

Supreme Court Denies Petition to Block Indiana University’s Vaccinate Mandate

The Supreme Court denied Thursday the petition of eight Indiana University students asking to block the school’s requirement that students receive the COVID vaccine as a condition of fall enrollment.

Newly confirmed conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett was charged with reviewing the legal challenge to the college’s rule and refused to block it. No other justices on the bench offered a dissenting opinion.

The case originated when a group of Indiana students asked the court for an emergency order striking down the mandate, claiming that the potential harm of inoculation exceeded the merits of protection against the disease for their age demographic.

“Protection of others does not relieve our society from the central canon of medical ethics requiring voluntary and informed consent,” their plea read.

The high court’s decision comes after a federal judge upheld the university’s requirement last month and declined to grant a preliminary injunction against the policy. Judge Damon R. Leichty of the U.S. District Court for Northern Indiana argued that as a private institution the school is allowed to have “a reasonable and due process of vaccination in the legitimate interest of public health for its students, faculty, and staff.”

Students have recourse if they have religious or medical objections to the rule and can seek an exemption, attend virtual classes, transfer schools, or take the semester off, the judge said.

“The court isn’t saying a student doesn’t have the right to choose,” Leichty wrote. “Of course every individual does — subject to the state’s reasonable measures designed to pursue legitimate ends of disease control or eradication.”
I dont care might doesn't make right and the supreme court fcks up or dodges most cases that would actually benefit the smallest minority in this country. f*** them and f*** that vaccine.
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I'm curious where the narrative is going to go now that the first vaccine resistant strains are starting to pop up.
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AR-15Man wrote: September 5th, 2021, 2:27 am I'm curious where the narrative is going to go now that the first vaccine resistant strains are starting to pop up.
The news is already pushing booster shots as the answer....Israel is just starting their 4th series
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