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This is bad enough although the letter then goes on to say that any refusing to get the vaccination will not be allowed to return to work and disciplinary action will be taken against them as they are endangering the safety of others.
its disgraceful. your mum has been put in a terrible position. get a dangerous jab, or lose your job, and in this economic climate, whats worse???
Originally posted by Damezthe2nd
I've only got my mobile phone, but ill make sure to grab the wire from my gf's house tommorow as this is definately something that people need to be aware of.
Does anyone have any information that will help my mum because we are stuck, she doesnt want to get the vaccine either and the whole thing just seems suspicious if you ask me
DENVER -- It now looks like Colorado’s first batch of H1N1 vaccine won’t arrive until Thursday.
That’s when an estimated 54,000 doses of FluMist will be doled out to county health departments.
Those departments, in turn, will deliver the mist to hospitals and clinics which have applied for the vaccine.
But several metro area hospitals said they won’t be taking the FluMist because they don’t want to endanger patients.
When asked if that meant that FluMist was dangerous, Lois VanFleet, infection prevention specialist at Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center in Lafayette said, "No, it's a very safe vaccine in healthy people."
But, she said it’s made with a live virus, and that doctors and nurses who inhaled the live virus could shed some of it on patients whose immune systems are compromised.
VanFleet said the staffs at Lutheran, St. Joseph’s and Good Samaritan Medical Centers will wait for the injected vaccine.source