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Do you think government should be able to make flu shots mandatory?

By Mary . Created on 18 Jun, 2020
Current Affairs 91 votes | 10 Comments
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Elise said a week ago
Pre-COVID I would've said no, as everyone deserves the right to refuse if so wish. But since the Coronavirus has come about, I've had to do an about-face on this issue as I don't want to become infected with this dangerous virus, and if having a flu shot (when it is finally ready for use publicly) is going to prevent me from contracting it, then have it I will!
Mary said a week ago
It is scientifically proven that the flu shot increases Coronavirus risk. There is no vaccine for flu, so it makes me wonder why people think they are going to come up with a vaccine for Coronavirus. I’m very concerned that some people are so ready to willingly give up their freedom of choice. Why do they want government saying what they can & cant do? Especially to their own bodies. Today a forced flu shot, tom...
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West Swan said 5 days ago
The flu shot increases Coronavirus risk? I can't find anything to support that statement. Can you show the evidence?
Mary said 3 days ago
There was 2020 Pentagon study done that showed that flu vaccines increase risk of Coronavirus by 36%. There is also Professor Dolores Cahill, who is an immunologist, who has been speaking about the best ways to deal with catching this virus.
Yes
Suzanne said a week ago
Yes in this day and age with Corona virus going around, I think they should be making the call.
No
Usernamtakn47 said a week ago
Last flu shot cost me the next two days off work
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Annette said a week ago
My body my choice
No
JellyKat said 3 weeks ago
No, your body, your choice. I do get the flu shot each year, because I'm an oldie and I don't want the flu. Have had pneumonia a few time.
No
Speccyiiii said 3 weeks ago
Drugs are not safe!. Thalidomide was given out as a cure for morning sickness to pregnant mothers in the 60's/70's resulting in birth defects of malformed limbs and flippered arms and legs. If you agree a Government should be able to mandate if vaccines should be mandatory you must also agree that China's mandatory 'one child' policy was correct, mandatory FGM is ok, mandatory abortion is ju...
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Yes
Kristina said 3 weeks ago
Yes and they should fit the bill