Two of the fundamental rights that everyone living in the UK has are the right to access medical treatment and the right to work.
Both these rights are being obstructed, eroded and denied by the attitudes and actions of many healthcare professionals and employers around COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination status certification.
Both Awakened World and UK Freedom Project receive numerous calls for help from individuals faced with challenges in either getting medical treatment or keeping their employment. Social media is also awash with people sharing their experiences.
- being refused a face to face GP appointment
- being refused an urgently needed operation until fully vaccinated
- being denied access to the delivery room for their child’s birth
- being coerced into having a second COVID-19 dose despite a severe reaction to the first
- being threatened with deregistration from their GP surgery unless vaccinated
- being threatened with dismissal from their job unless vaccinated
- having their work hours curtailed or duties changed
- being forced to work in a separate area from vaccinated colleagues
- being forced to undergo repeated COVID-19 testing despite being healthy
Additionally people with genuine reasons for not being able to have these injections, or simply deciding they’d rather wait until the clinical trials complete and final findings are published, are being labelled “anti-vaxxers” and told they are selfish (and worse). It is bad enough that this sort of division and name-calling is happening amongst friends and families but it is highly unprofessional and unethical for this to be happening in areas of their lives where they should be able to expect (and the law guarantee) that they be treated with respect and fairness.
Awakened World and UK Freedom Project are working together to create the tools and resources to empower people and guide them through the process of complaining and holding their healthcare providers and employers to account. In the meantime, we are releasing this Open Letter to those Doctors and Employers so that they have the opportunity to reflect on their attitude and actions; make the improvements and changes they need to in order to deliver the professional service and duty of care they are lawfully bound to do; and ensure that all who have dealings with them have their rights to medical treatment and to work properly respected and protected.
To read the Open Letter, just click on the button below.
Please save a copy of the letter and share it with your friends, family and colleagues so that no-one has to be denied their rights any longer.