Healthcare Professional Disclosure of Vaccination Status
Updated: May 30
Sent: April 5, 2022 4:02 PM To: email@example.com; adrian.dix.MLA@leg.bc.ca; firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: email@example.com; norm.letnick.MLA@leg.bc.ca Subject: Healthcare Professional Disclosure of Vaccination Status
Dr. Henry and Mr. Dix,
I understand that some anonymous BC “health officials” announced today that it is the intention of the province to gather information on the vaccination status of private healthcare professionals, and then to present this information to the public so that we can “make informed decisions” about our healthcare. As a (frustrated) member of the taxpaying public, please be advised that I do not want you to gather this information on my behalf, for two reasons:
The BC healthcare system is broken – and broke. The province does not have the resources to collect this information, and as a taxpayer, I don’t want to pay for this. Use this money to rehire some of the many members of Interior Health who was terminated for their audacity to decline an experimental (and completely useless) therapeutic treatment in order to reduce the symptoms of a disease that posed no threat to them (or 99.93% of their patients). Or even better, use the money to buy enough Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, vitamin D, zinc and NAC to implement an early treatment protocol for COVID-19 patients, rather than waiting until they are sick enough to warrant hospitalization and intubation.
This is a gross invasion of privacy. Perhaps your office could justify the disclosure of vaccine status if this status had any relation to the transmissibility of the COVID-19 virus, but as your federal counterpart admitted, the “vaccine” has only a short efficacy period in reducing COVID-19 symptoms, and is for all intents and purposes useless against the latest variants (aka “scariants”). You also know that asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 is negligible, and therefore this violation of rights is illegal on its face. It is clear that this announcement is yet another attempt by the province of BC to shame and vilify those who don’t adopt Big Brother’s doublespeak.
Speaking of “informed decisions”, though, I’m very glad to hear that you have now decided to respect the publics’ ability to make these. Better late than never! I look forward to your office releasing all data relating to (a) justification for CCP-style lockdowns of healthy people in violation of their Charter rights (including a cost-benefit analysis weighing unintended consequences such as suicide, drug use, lost education, etc. etc.) and in contravention of centuries of disease prevention protocols, (b) justification for masking mandates, (c) justification for approving and mandating COVID-19 vaccines, (d) COVID-19 vaccine efficacy, (e) COVID-19 transmissibility rates in the vaccinated and unvaccinated, (f) COVID-19 death rates in the vaccinated and unvaccinated, and (g) a complete listing of adverse events and the relative risk of COVID-19, so that each citizen of British Columbia can determine his or her own personal risk of harm from the vaccine versus the virus.
Oh – and one more question, of course: why did Clos du Soleil never experience any sort of COVID-19 lockdown, while bars, pubs and other non-winery related businesses all suffered from your draconian lockdown measures? Are wineries somehow immune to COVID-19 restrictions? I’ve been trying to figure out why – just why – they might have been favoured for the past two years?
Looking forward to your response, as per usual.