Declining COVID-19 instances, according to Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and current board member of Pfizer, should signal to policymakers that it is appropriate to eliminate further pandemic-related restrictions.
When asked whether mask mandates should be dropped, he told “The Squawk Box” in a Monday interview, “I think certainly on the east coast where you see cases declining dramatically we need to be willing to lean in and do that very soon.” “I think as conditions improve we have to be willing to relax some of these measures at the same speed that we put them in place,” he said.
“A lot of the acrimony” in the United States, according to Gottlieb, arises from a lack of “clear goalposts” about when some of the policies will expire.
As COVID-19 cases fall nationally, the former FDA commissioner mentioned the Connecticut government’s recent move to rescind vaccine mandates for state workers as a strategy that other politicians should pursue in the near future.
“The only way to get compliance and accommodation from people the ability to withdraw these mandates in the same manner in which we put them in,” Gottlieb continued.
COVID-19 restrictions should be lifted, according to the call, as the general COVID infection rate in the United States has reduced dramatically in recent days. According to data from the “Johns Hopkins-run Our World in Data”, 4,110 out of every one million Americans had infections on Jan. 10, but by Friday, the rate had reduced to 2,643 per one million, and by Sunday, it had dropped to 615 per one million.
Outside of the United States, a growing number of European countries are repealing COVID-19-related regulations, such as vaccine passports and mask mandates. For example, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that beginning January 27, persons in England will no longer be required to wear masks in public or show proof of vaccination to enter certain places.
However, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), warned on Monday that other COVID-19 variants could arise, saying it’s unwise to believe Omicron is the final one or that “we are in the endgame.”
“There are different scenarios for how the pandemic could play out and how the acute phase could end. But it’s dangerous to assume that omicron will be the last variant or that we are in the endgame,” Tedros said at a WHO board meeting. “On the contrary, globally, the conditions are ideal for more variants to emerge.” He didn’t back up his claim with any evidence or data, yet that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take note of the funny man’s predictions. It seems as though freedom loving individuals are getting some slack in the coming months. But if the director-general of the WHO foreshadows more tyranny, well buckle up. Who knows, perhaps this slack is being given as a precursor to a new variant. You can be certain that the new variant would likely come with a new booster.
If the left gives us the freedom we’re asking for, and a new “variant” surfaces, you can bet that we’ll take the blame. A subset of radicalized left wing airheads could easily organize and pose a problem for us God fearing Americans if they found a way to blame us for the CCP virus mutations. The World Health Admin is sure to get involved and subject people to persecution the moment this period of peace is broken. 1 Peter 4:12-14 says: “Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you: But rejoice, inasmuch as ye are partakers of Christ’s sufferings; that, when his glory shall be revealed, ye may be glad also with exceeding joy. If ye be reproached for the name of Christ, happy are ye; for the spirit of glory and of God resteth upon you: on their part he is evil spoken of, but on your part he is glorified.”
No one man can make sense of this elaborate illusion cast over the common man of society, but collectively we can point out each limitation forced upon us and bring it forward as an injustice to the public. In Matthew 10:34 Jesus says: “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.” We’re meant to go down preaching the gospel and guiding others to salvation. This could be considered the bravest task a man or woman of faith could undertake, but make no mistake it will bear fruit in the kingdom of heaven. Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you.
Unvaccinated health-care workers in England who lose their jobs as a result of the CCP virus vaccination mandate will not be eligible for an exit payout, according to an official document.
Staff terminated as a result of the legislative change will not be eligible for any “redundancy entitlements, including payments, whether statutory or contractual,” according to NHS England’s guidance for the implementation of Vaccination as a Condition of Deployment (VCOD).
All adult workers who interact with patients or service users in health care facilities must be completely vaccinated by April 1 or face redeployment or dismissal, according to the government’s new law, which was approved by parliament. This comprises medical personnel such as physicians, nurses, and volunteers, as well as support personnel like as porters, cleaners, and receptionists. The restriction does not apply to workers who are medically exempt from vaccination or who are participating in a medical trial.
To keep their existing positions, frontline health care workers must receive their first doses of the CCP virus inoculation by Feb. 3, allowing for an eight-week break between treatments.
The VCOD advised health-care companies to begin inviting unvaccinated employees to meetings on February 4 and notify them that a possible outcome may be dismissal, but stressed that the process is not a redundancy.
“It is important to note this is not a redundancy exercise. In the context of the regulations, there is no diminishment or cessation of work of a particular kind, ” the 24-page paper states.
“Employers will not be concerned with finding ‘suitable alternative employment’ and there will be no redundancy entitlements, including payments, whether statutory or contractual, triggered by this process.”
Workers’ reassignment or dismissal is “determined by the introduction of the regulations and an individual’s decision to remain unvaccinated.” according to the paper.
As to the official steps being taken “in respect of redeployment processes and potential dismissals of staff due to VCOD.” employers were told to engage and work in partnership with their trade union or staff side representatives.
Alternative possibilities for an unvaccinated employee, such as any feasible alterations to their existing function, restrictions on duties, or redeployment prospects, should also be considered, according to the document.
Apart from permanent exemptions, those with a short-term medical condition or who test positive for COVID-19, as well as pregnant women, can get temporary COVID-19 medical exemptions in England.
Although the government’s awareness campaigns encourage pregnant women to get vaccinated, they are exempt from vaccination-based laws until 16 weeks after giving birth.
While unvaccinated pregnant employees are not obligated by law to be redeployed while they are exempt, they may be temporarily redeployed based on mutual agreement after the results of applicable risk assessments or on the recommendation of occupational health.
Leading midwives have appealed for a “immediate delay” in plans for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for frontline health workers, according to the NHS paper.
The Royal College of Midwives claimed the policy could have a big impact on maternity services, claiming this week that staff absences are at an all-time high since the pandemic started.
The college stated that there is “chronic understaffing” in the field, with an estimated shortage of 2,000 midwives, and that it is concerned that the strategy may cause staff levels to fall even further.
“The NHS has always been clear that the life-saving COVID vaccination is the best protection against the virus, and while it is currently a recommendation for health and care staff to be vaccinated, it will soon become a legal requirement.” said NHS national medical director & Professor Stephen Powis.
“The overwhelming majority of staff in NHS organisations, nine in ten, have already had their second jab, and NHS employers will continue to support and encourage staff who have not yet been vaccinated to take up the offer of the 1st and 2nd doses ahead of the April 1, when regulations come into effect.”
Health and social care employees are “responsible for looking after some of the most vulnerable people in society, many of whom are more likely to suffer serious health consequences if exposed to the virus.” according to a Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) statement.
“This is about patient safety, and ensuring people in hospital or care have as much protection as possible. ” the spokesperson continued. “Vaccinations remain our best defense against COVID-19.”
According to NHS England data, 94 percent of NHS Trust health care professionals in the NHS Electronic Staff Record had received at least one dose of the CCP virus vaccine by January 9, 91 percent had been double-jabbed, and 76 percent had been triple-jabbed.
As of Jan. 9, the data indicated that 81,626 employees had not been immunized. An estimated 15% of all employees are not on the front lines.
Ministers from the government have previously stated that the definition of “completely vaccinated” will be altered to include a third dosage when all adults have had a reasonable opportunity to receive a booster shot. If and when the rule changes, it’s unclear whether or not health-care workplaces will be affected.
So it seems as though just as the MRNA inoculations have waining efficacy, so does the propaganda that came along with it. People don’t want to get booster after booster, if these authoritarian’s aren’t careful they’ll wake up the people they’ve enslaved. It wouldn’t take much to convince someone that globalist elite are influencing the amount of tyranny imposed on each and every nation. This “chronic understaffing” is inarguably attributed to the political purge in our health care and military ranks. It’s hard to back the argument that unvaccinated are filling hospitals while you boast about 90%+ vaccination rates.
These problems aren’t going away, and they need to be confronted by a collective of people who understand what kind of risks are posed upon humanity when these kind of people take power. Perhaps it’s simply not in God’s plan for people to come to the realization that their very way of life is shifting based on these policy makers whims. We’re meant to endure this tragic downfall of humanity and critical thinking. 1 Peter 4:12-14 says: “Beloved, do not be surprised at the fiery trial when it comes upon you to test you, as though something strange were happening to you. But rejoice insofar as you share Christ’s sufferings, that you may also rejoice and be glad when his glory is revealed. If you are insulted for the name of Christ, you are blessed, because the Spirit of glory and of God rests upon you.” Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you.