In a Sky interview this week, British Health Minister Sajid Javid announced that the British government had a Compulsory vaccination for employees of the National Health Service (NHS) think. A final decision has not yet been made. Himself, so Javid, However, “tend” towards compulsory vaccination.
Should this actually be introduced, it would be over 100,000 unvaccinated NHS workers at risk of firing. This could repeat the scenario on the island that has already led to an unprecedented social division and ongoing protests in France (where this obligation has existed since September).
In this context, the most interesting question is why, of all things, the health service (!) Is so skeptical about the mRNA vaccine that a gigantic number of employees have so far refused the supposedly infallible vaccination? Ironically, Javid himself could be partly responsible. Namely, in July he announced I got Corona myself despite double vaccination to be. The Minister of Health had thus made himself the “father of all vaccination breakthroughs”.
As expected, the reactions within the NHS to a possible vaccination requirement are mixed, as a high-ranking employee explained. Vaccination is of course expressly advocated, in case of compulsory vaccination however one feared Problems with the functioning of the service and difficulties in recruiting new staff, even before an “incredibly challenging” winter.