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As European nations gradually emerge from the ravages of the pandemic, some governments are getting tough on those who refuse to be vaccinated. In particular, French President Emmanuel Macron is pushing for accelerated vaccination, including mandatory inoculation for some. A Bloomberg report says the European Union has gone from trying to manage limited vaccine supplies to having more than enough, but now having to deal with a decline in demand among the population. Governments are caught in a dilemma over how best to persuade people to get vaccinated to keep the public safe, while at the same time respecting individual […]

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Obviously NONE of the people pushing for mandatory vaccinations understand how vaccines work. Covid vaccines may help to reduce the chances of serious illness to the person getting the vaccine.  The vaccines DO virtually NOTHING to prevent a person from contracting or spreading covid to others. The stupidity never ends. In fact, it seems to be propagating. 

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2 minutes ago, AlanD said:

Obviously NONE of the people pushing for mandatory vaccinations understand how vaccines work. Covid vaccines may help to reduce the chances of serious illness to the person getting the vaccine.  The vaccines DO virtually NOTHING to prevent a person from contracting or spreading covid to others. The stupidity never ends. In fact, it seems to be propagating. 

It's always been made clear that the reason they want people to get vaccinated is to stop the hospitals and health care systems crashing.Some anti vaccers/maskers have started to wear a yellow star of David to show how oppressed they are.Stupid is as stupid does.

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Well the manufacturers of these experimental shots are legally exempt from wrongful death suits and conviction. 

Public servants however are fair game to any and all lawsuits, convictions and what other outcomes may arise should any of the citizenry succumb to side effects of the shots. It'd be wise to rethink forcing medical treatments, in any manner of persuasion, on people who aren't interested in receiving them. That scenario is a guaranteed timebomb. 

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