CNN: Making It Hard for Unvaccinated People to Work Could Get Them to Accept Deadly Vaxx

The mainstream media is pumping out an increasing number of articles designed to get people used to their new lives under the Virus Regime.


With the Delta variant surging, a growing number of employers are tiring of merely cajoling workers to get vaccinated and are following President Joe Biden’s protocol for federal workers: Either show proof of vaccination, or mask up and get regular testing if you want to work on-site.

The federal government — the nation’s largest employer — will require unvaccinated employees to wear masks while working and get regular testing, and take other precautions, like maintaining physical distance from coworkers and restricting work travel. Several states, including Hawaii, California, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, also say unvaccinated state workers must get regular tests.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday broadly extended such a mandate to teachers and all school employees, the first state to do so.

Those programs, with their testing alternative, differ from outright mandates to get vaccinated — as some health care organizations including the health care workforce of the Department of Health and Human Services, hospitals and the US military are requiring.

Employers, fearing a backlash, frame the policy as a choice, with both sides of the equation seen as effective in reducing the spread of Covid-19. Do public health experts think this approach will help?

All agreed the best solution is universal vaccination. Short of that, many said the moves by employers will add a layer of protection — although how much remains to be seen.

Test results are “really only a snapshot in time,” said Dr. Gigi Kwik Gronvall, an associate professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Even testing every day, as was the standard in the Trump White House — without other measures like masking — didn’t prevent staffers from falling ill last fall.

And daily testing is cumbersome and costly.

Employers hope the hassles required to remain unvaccinated in the workplace will encourage the reluctant to just get a vaccine. “It’s a forceful nudge,” said Dr. Georges Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association.

But there are challenges, too. Here’s what several experts had to say:

Universal vaccination remains the gold standard

Getting all eligible people vaccinated is “the perfect way out of this whole situation,” said Dr. Marcus Plescia, chief medical officer at the Association of State and Territorial Health Officers. “But, given the realities of the current situation, I think it’s reasonable that employers and others who are setting up vaccine requirements offer some accommodations.”

But much depends, he and others said, on how well the rules are enforced.

“If (unvaccinated) people are wearing masks all day at work, even in the break room, that alone is pretty strong,” he said. “When you add in the testing, it’s an alternative that is going to have some value.”

Some employers, he noted, are reluctant to set such edicts because they fear losing employees, particularly in areas already suffering shortages, such as nursing homes.

The real way out is to resist, not to comply. Refuse to engage with the Beast.

People not obeying the government would result in the government demanding less obedience.

We’re going to be two years into the hoax in a few months. How’s that been working out?

What’s the price of your soul?