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WATCH: UK Health Staff Hurl Scrubs at Downing Street in Anti-Vaccine Mandate Protest.

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Videos of British National Health Service (NHS) staff protesting the UK’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate are going viral on social media, as thousands of medical professionals descended upon Downing Street this weekend.

Upwards of 70,000 NHS staff could lose their jobs from April 1st should they refused to be part of Big Pharma’s experimental trial of the COVID-19 MRNA “vaccine”.

The protests took place throughout London, including outside Downing Street and in Trafalgar Square. The moves came just one day after the British government said it may “pause” the vaccine mandate over fears of losing such a huge number of essential workers, who have spent the last two years battling the pandemic without needing to be vaccinated.

Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, Matthew Taylor, said that those protesting are experiencing the same vaccine hesitancy as the general public. He added that the NHS needs “more time” to persuade the unvaccinated to receive their first dose.

However, in order to meet with the NHS’s new guidelines for vaccination, staff will have to have received their first dose by early February in order to meet the April 1st deadline for the two-dose minimum.

Despite the wealth of NHS staff protesting, the Medical Director of Primary Care for NHS England and NHS Improvement, Dr. Nikki Kanani, said that NHS staff and other healthcare professionals “have a duty” to receive the experimental vaccine.

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She continued, “mandatory vaccination is a government policy but as healthcare professionals we all have a duty to make sure we are protected, to make sure that our colleagues and our patients are protected.”

Kanani’s comments fall in harsh juxtaposition to the former Vaccine Taskforce Chief, Dr. Clive Dix, who recently said that mass vaccinations are pointless. In the same week, NHS doctors told British Health Secretary Sajid Javid that the science isn’t strong enough to enforce mandatory vaccinations.

NHS staff have already experienced allergic reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine, which prompted warnings as far back as December 2020.

Along with the London protest, others have started in Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, and smaller locations around the country. Hundreds joined the weekend protests in Manchester and Liverpool, while larger assemblies have taken place in London throughout the week.

In videos posted to social media, NHS staff can be seen throwing their uniforms at Downing Street. Other images surfaced of uniforms being laid down in Trafalgar Square.


Kay Smythe

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