“Then it’s a question of whether you tie someone up and then give them the injection.” This statement is currently making the rounds on social media. However, the President of the Medical Chamber, Szekeres, continued “I cannot imagine that”. However, it is a popular tactic to use such formulations to sound out the scope of what is possible and to prepare the public (see GDR Ulbricht: “Nobody intends to build a wall”). the Expressions of opinion of the laboratory diagnostician on ORF excite anyway.
Medical Association President Szekeres gave his seemingly totalitarian views on dealing with his fellow human beings in the ORF press hour. The is very informative about this Editing in the ZIB at 5 p.m.:
It is then a question of whether you tie someone up and then give them the injection. I can not imagine that. But what I can already imagine is that unvaccinated people have massive disadvantages in their job. That they can be sent home for free because they pose a threat to others around them.
And, about general practitioners who do not want to be vaccinated:
I assume that she is not allowed to ordain. The control and the implementation is of course still a bit of a question mark. [sic!]
Szekeres urges third party vaccination
The medical association recommends a third vaccination after four months, with AstraZeneca after six months. One must not forget that there is no approval for the “third stitch”, nor valid data that it helps at all. In truth, you want to give a third dose of a drug where the first two doses have not been proven to help: Questionnaires are often the only information before vaccination: “3. Dose not allowed ”, Inadequate education in vaccination streets: Seniors are particularly disadvantaged.
The following excerpt from the conversation also offers exciting insights into his character:
If you ask me if I would vaccinate my children – I have to say I have no children – I would vaccinate them.
That Principle in medicine was until the alleged corona pandemic:
the first to not injure, the second to beware of, the third to heal
First, do not harm, second, be careful, third, heal.
It is a principle that the Hippocratic tradition places at the center of its concept of morally required medical action. According to this ancient motto, the doctor should, in his endeavors to help the individual entrusted to him, first of all be careful not to harm him. (Source: Wikipedia). For medical professionals like Szekeres, however, this should now be completely irrelevant.
You can find the entire press hour with the President of the Medical Association at this address for another week.