The complaint states that forcing employees to get vaccinated is a violation of the Nuremberg Code, which prohibits forcing Vaccine for medical use.
More than 100 employees of a hospital in America have sued the hospital for ordering Covid-19 Vaccine. Employees filed a case against Houston Methodist Hospital on Friday challenging the order to compulsorily vaccinate workplaces.
Attorney Jared Woodfill said he is representing 117 personnel. The petition states that for the first time in the history of the US, an employer has ordered his employees to “experimentally inject COVID-19 mRNA gene mutations” or to leave the job. Let us tell you that vaccination started with the Pfizer vaccine in Britain first.
Vaccines cannot be forced
The petition states that the US Food and Drug Administration approved the emergency use of the COVID-19 vaccine in December 2020, but the vaccines have not yet received full FDA approval and license. The complaint states that forcing employees to vaccinate is a violation of the Nuremberg Code, which prohibits forced vaccinations for medical use.
Big claim of former foreign minister
The claim of origin of the corona virus from Wuhan Lab of China is once again under discussion. Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Saturday that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was involved in its civilian research as well as military activities. His statement came at a time when the claim of origin of corona virus from Wuhan lab is being investigated afresh.
Pompeo was quoted as saying by Fox News that what I can say with certainty is that we know that he was engaged in work related to the People’s Liberation Army inside that lab. He claimed that military activities were being carried out in the name of civilian research in the lab. He further said that when the World Health Organization team tried to go there, China denied it.
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