It’s one thing that you cannot sue pharmaceutical companies for harm created by their “experimental” vaxxines, but it is another when it comes to companies who force their employees to be vaxxinated, as here: SPC defends mandatory Covid-19 jab push.
He said it should be up to public health officials to make a call on whether compulsory vaccination of workers was needed at certain workplaces, not employers and employer groups.
SPC chief executive Robert Giles rejected the union criticism about a lack of consultation, saying it would consult on the best way to implement the decision “not in the formation of our business’s decision”.
This is insane and I hope these companies are liable to be sued if things go wrong medically with their employees following these vaxxinations which they have made a condition of employment.
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