Friday, May 24, 2024

Top 5 Reasons to Eliminate Vaccine Mandates

  1. Any perceived statistical justification has been kicked to the curb by Omicron. The latest data out of Ontario indicates that people who are fully vaccinated are much more likely to become infected with COVID than those unvaccinated. You may want to read that twice, then verify – Omicron update: vaccine effectiveness against ICU admission holds at 80%
  2.  The vaccines’ effectiveness against hospitalization has dropped significantly to 40%. Omicron update: vaccine effectiveness against hospitalization drops sharply
  3. Mandates are harming millions of businesses. These restrictions not only reduce foot traffic to restaurants, retail stores, etc., they are a hassle to employees and make the experience of dining and shopping less enjoyable.
  4. Mandates are divisive, unethical, and immoral. Despite dramatic changes in the data and storylines, politicians and medical officials continue to fan the flames of division by keeping mandates in effect and chastizing the unvaccinated. Mounting COVID frustration is no reason to abandon fundamental principles
  5. Unvaccinated people are suffering needlessly. They have been fired, shunned, shamed, and treated as second-class citizens. There is no logical justification for the vaccine mandates. They must end.
Rob Driscoll
Rob Driscoll
Rob Driscoll is co-founder and president of BIG Media Ltd. He is a writer and entrepreneur who is deeply committed to elevating the level of coverage of our society's most pressing matters as well as the level of respect in public discourse.

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