Watching footage of the demonstrations against the vaccine mandates over the past few weeks, I was amazed at the number of young women participating. To my knowledge this is unprecedented.
No wonder many women in their child-bearing years are tentative about getting the jab. There has been little evaluation as to the impact of the new ‘vaccines’ on the ability to conceive, or impact on a baby in utero, or potential birth defects.
Many parents are concerned about getting their kids jabbed. They have been through so much with home-schooling, getting the kids exercise and maintaining the household’s sanity for nearly two years of on-and-off lockdowns. They now are faced with the pressure of getting their kids jabbed in the face of contradictory reports as to the benefits and risks.
Many nurses and health care workers are refusing the jab, even if it means losing their jobs. Recent figures suggest that nationally some 20,000 will lose their jobs. Another 10,000 have taken voluntary leave. Traditionally young women have made up the greatest proportion of workers in the health system.
They also make up a larger proportion of teachers, child-care workers, hairdressers, retail workers, beauticians etc, where jabs are also mandatory to keep one’s job.
A major article today on the ABC online on the potential shortage of health staff avoids any mention of the impact of the no-jab-no job policy on worker numbers. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-11-19/australia-nurse-burnout-labour-shortage-supply-demand/100566430
It would be interesting know if other industries employing large numbers of young women are experiencing similar shortages and “burnout” problems.