THE largest provider of community-based home and social care services in the UK is offering its health-care staff a £100 incentive to get their Covid vaccines.
This constitutes coercion according to the Nuremberg Code, a document protecting us from medical experiments. All Covid jabs are still considered experimental until 2023 and as such should not be mandatory.
One worker who delivers end-of-life care for City and County Health Group and did not want to be named, said: ‘I’ve had numerous emails and I’ve been phoned three times by my supervisor in two weeks.
‘I’ve seen no Covid in 18 months at work, but a lot of the elderly people have been very sick after the vaccine. Some have died.
‘I contacted my health insurance who said they wouldn’t cover me if I had an adverse reaction. So, if something did happen to me, I’d be left with no source of income.’
The email came from the group’s director of human resources, Judith Lyons, and said: ‘To all frontline care staff in England. This letter is important as it explains the new requirement from the government that everyone delivering care in England from 1April 2022 gets vaccinated against Covid-19 and provides us with evidence of this (or of their legal exemption).
‘It also explains that you will be eligible for a payment of £100 [after tax] if you provide us with evidence of your vaccine before the end of December 2021.
‘The view of the government in England is that this change is necessary to protect both you and the vulnerable people you support from the risks of catching coronavirus. At this stage, the announcement does not apply to workers in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, although it is possible that this may change.
‘The only exemptions are if you are clinically exempt, under 18 or part of a Covid-19 vaccine clinical trial.’
Staff are then told that they need to provide their NHS Covid pass as proof, or a vaccination certificate showing they have received two or more jabs.
The company is clearly desperate to get staff to comply, writing: ‘As an incentive to encourage you to provide us with your NHS Covid Pass promptly, we are offering a payment of £132 (before tax) to every care worker that provides us with their Pass by the end of December 2021 (to be paid to you in the first payroll after 10th January 2022 as long as you are still employed at that time). We will pay the tax and NI on this sum, so you will get at least £100 extra in your take-home pay.
‘Don’t miss out! Get your COVID Pass to us as soon as you can to get your £100 extra pay!’
The Nuremberg Code was formulated over 70 years ago after discovery of the extent of the Nazis’ murderous and torturous medical experiments on their people during World War II.
It is a breach of the code to coerce a person into receiving a medical procedure, including vaccines. The very first point in the Code states: ‘The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision.’
This is no comfort to our minimum wage health care worker who loves her job.
She said: ‘I enjoy it so much. Just having a laugh with somebody and putting a smile on their face. Sometimes I’m the only person they see.
‘Offering me £100 to get the jab made me feel worse, I thought, “is that all my life is worth?”
‘More or less everybody else at work thought it was a good incentive and it did persuade them to get the jab.
‘A lot of care workers are single mums. Should we be asking them to risk their lives for £100? But £100 to help with Christmas is a dream for them.’
The government know there are risks associated with Covid vaccination. However, from November 11, all care staff in England were told they had to receive double vaccination against Covid-19 by April 1, 2022 or face losing their jobs.
According to the most up-to-date analysis of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) yellow card scheme data – which gives information on adverse events – 1 in 130 people experience a reaction. At least 1,789 fatalities have been reported, with AstraZeneca having double the deaths of Pfizer and Moderna.
Despite the rollcall of adverse reactions, City and County Health Group is still urging staff with concerns to get vaccinated. It said: ‘We want to reassure you that all the scientific evidence is clear that the vaccines are extremely safe and that the risks of not getting vaccinated and catching Covid-19 greatly outweigh the risks of getting vaccinated.
‘However, if you have concerns, we won’t dismiss them. If you let the branch know that you are worried about getting your vaccine, we will work with you to ensure you get the advice and support you need to help you reach a final decision. Ultimately, we will respect your right to make your own decision.’
However, staff are then told that any unvaccinated staff will be sacked. Judith Lyons wrote: ‘Unless you are exempt from vaccination, you will not be able to deliver care for us after 1st April 2022 if you have not been fully vaccinated. This unfortunately means that your employment with us will end on this date. You will also be unable to work for any other provider of regulated care services in England after that date.’
Our healthcare worker said: ‘My gut feeling is telling me I shouldn’t have the jab. I’m so drained and sick of thinking about it, it’s making me hate going to work.’
A senior spokesperson for City and County Healthcare Group told TCW Defending Freedom: ‘In order to meet our legal duty from April, we must understand exactly which of our several thousand care workers have already been vaccinated against Covid-19. In order to do this quickly, we have introduced some incentives to encourage staff to come forward with evidence of their vaccine status. Doing this quickly is vital to ensuring that vulnerable people are not left without essential care come April 2022.’