Questions to ask employers who mandate COVID vaccine

Army Spc. Kailee Soares prepares a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine during a drive to vaccinate Hawaii National Guardsmen assigned to the COVID-19 response in the town of Hanapepe on Hawaii’s Kauai island, Jan. 12, 2021. (U.S. Army photo)

As many private and government employees who choose not to take a COVID-19 vaccine face the possible loss of their jobs, a physicians’ alliance is providing some guidance.

Employers, particularly those that offer an opportunity for a conversation about the volatile issue, could be posed a number of questions, says Dr. Jane Orient, the executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.

For one, an employer could be asked to delay the requirement, pending availability of the only FDA-approved product, labeled Comirnaty. Orient explains that the vaccine approved by the FDA is different than the Pfizer vaccine issued under emergency use authorization. Or better yet, she says, wait until the completion of clinical trials on myocarditis in 2027.

In addition, Orient says, employers should consider the data from Israel showing twice as many COVID deaths in 2021 compared to 2020, before the vaccines were available. Israel has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world.

Then, AAPS has a list of a half-dozen questions for an employer’s health expert.

Here are the questions:

  • How do you explain the 100% increase in cases and deaths in almost-fully-vaccinated Israel?
  • If there is to be a testing requirement, will it apply to all? President Biden said, “We need to protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated.” How will we know whether they have been protected without testing them?
  • There have been reports by unvaccinated persons, especially of menstrual irregularities, after contact with vaccinated persons. Will the company collect reports, offer testing as for coagulation abnormalities or institute any precautions?
  • Can the company expert provide references to male and female fertility studies in several species of animals?
  • What about pathologic examination of the placenta in women who had a miscarriage post vaccination (1,757 reports to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, VAERS, as of Sept. 9)?
  • Will the company allow alternate methods of COVID prophylaxis such as iodinated mouthwash and nasal spray, iota-carrageenan, ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine or other measures?

In addition, AAPS has compiled studies on effective treatments for COVID-19, which can be found here.

AAPS also offers a compendium of suggested treatment protocols and resources.

And it has an AAPS Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment that can be downloaded.

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