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Originally posted by tjack
A recommendation does not equal mass forced vaccinations! Everybody take a deep breath and relax, it's a bit early to be gearing up and digging foxholes.
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
What's that quote?
" Bring your needle and I'll bring my gun, we'll see who makes a bigger hole."
Yeah, that's the one.
This isn't really a law or them pushing anything. I guess they are recommending that this be the way things are in the future. It will be up to nursing staff and the doctors to decide how much weight to put behind a bureaucrats decision.
I'm not surprised however, maybe we'll see a resurging swine flu over the fall and into the winter this year.
More vaccinations to come I assume. More times I'm going to have to say no.
Originally posted by xoxo stacie
reply to post by highlyoriginal
An advisory panel to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that every person be vaccinated for the seasonal flu yearly, except in a few cases where the vaccine is known to be unsafe.
My family would be considered one of those "few" cases. We had them in the past and had an adverse reaction to them.
Now we have my sister living with us because she has chrones disease and is taking leukemia medicines among others that shut down her immune system.
So basically if anyone gets sick she has to leave until all are well and the house has been sterilized. The doctors who are taking care of her stated that if any of us gets sick her first few days out of the home will be spent in the hospital. (it can kill her if she gets the flu)
So they can not make us take them in "anyway" because of all of the reasons listed above.