Nobody is immune from disease – not even vaccinated people. Although this is quite clear to many, the discrimination of those who reject the questionable Covid shots is politically wanted and has therefore long been common. Since quite a few medical professionals also ignore their Hippocratic oath and would prefer to remove the unvaccinated from their practice entirely, many of these patients now shy away from going to the doctor, especially with respiratory diseases. A new initiative from Austria wants to counteract this.
Under the name of “Doctors for All” This is committed to ensuring that people, regardless of their vaccination status, receive good and unprejudiced medical treatment. The website lists doctors whom the unvaccinated can turn to if they suffer from a respiratory infection and fear that their own family doctor will only hear reproaches instead of receiving reasonable medical care.
The initiative was launched by six medical professionals who take up this incredible development and want to create contact points for unvaccinated people with “Doctors for All” who, due to stigmatization, do not seek medical help even though they need it. They point out that the early treatment of such infections is of immense importance – especially unvaccinated people would, however, wait too long before they can be treated by a doctor. The doctors are not interested in a debate about the usefulness of the vaccination, but rather Stop this worrying trend as soon as possible.
The initiators hold on to that it is not for anyone to discriminate against sick people. They raise the question: If people were to be blamed for an illness – where do you start and where do you stop?
You can find participating doctors on the website of “Doctors for All”. The list is currently growing steadily. Doctors who want to join the cause can contact the initiators and have themselves registered. There would also be a need for such a contact point for unvaccinated people in Germany – so doctors in other countries may be inspired by this example …