If the stories we are hearing from NZ nurses are anything to go by, it’s no wonder this workforce is digging in their heels. Nurses are seeing first hand the adverse reactions happening amongst their colleagues and the public receiving the experimental injection. And the worst part they tell us? The majority of the issues are NOT being reported to CARM, our adverse reaction monitoring system. “The Nurses Professional Association of Queensland (NPAQ) has said that 82.5 percent of their members surveyed think their employers should compensate them if they start to have side effects from a CXXXD-XX vxxxxne.“The vxxxxne is being made mandatory for nurses here in Queensland, yet it seems that no promise of compensation is being made to nurses that experience adverse impacts from the vxxxxne,” the NPAQ survey noted.“It seems a bit rough that nurses are being forced to receive a vxxxxne and then left in the lurch if they react to it negatively.”Some of the most common written responses to the survey cited individual choice, health concerns, and lack of data about available vxxxxnes as reasons for the nurses’ stances, the NPAQ noted.Further, some nurses noted that requirements to get experimental vxxxxnes were not part of the original contractual agreements the nurses signed with their employer as opposed to the standard vxxxxnes.Link in comments. If you are a medical professional and have a story to share with us, please get in touch. Identities and other identifying information will remain anonymous. Email email@example.com and use MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL in the subject line.
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