Health Secretary Sajid Javid got more than be bargained for during his visit to King’s College Hospital in south London.
The medical authoritarian televised the trip to the hospital for a virtue-signaling propaganda piece to convince UK citizens to take their COVID-19 boosters.
Javid asked staff members for their thoughts on COVID-19 jab mandates for NHS workers, likely expecting them to robotically agree.
However, an unvaccinated healthcare worker stood up to Javid and expressed his displeasure with mandating the experimental injection.
"The science isn't strong enough".
Watch the moment an unvaccinated hospital consultant challenges Health Secretary Sajid Javid over the government's policy of compulsory COVID jabs for NHS staff.https://t.co/IvbdwQbF0N
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Dr. James speaks more common sense and follows the real science, unlike the propagandist health secretary.
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Sky News reported:
Health Secretary Sajid Javid has been directly challenged by an unvaccinated hospital consultant over the government’s policy of compulsory COVID jabs for NHS staff.
During a visit to King’s College Hospital in south London, Mr Javid asked staff members on the intensive care unit about their thoughts on new rules requiring vaccination for NHS workers.
And Steve James, a consultant anaesthetist who has been treating coronavirus patients since the start of the pandemic, told the health secretary about his displeasure.
“I’m not happy about that,” he said. “I had COVID at some point, I’ve got antibodies, and I’ve been working on COVID ICU since the beginning.
“I have not had a vaccination, I do not want to have a vaccination. The vaccines are reducing transmission only for about eight weeks for Delta, with Omicron it’s probably less.
“And for that, I would be dismissed if I don’t have a vaccine? The science isn’t strong enough.”
Mr James also revealed another of his colleagues held the same position.
Evening Standard added:
The Health Secretary politely expressed his disagreement and urged the public to get boosted during his visit.
Mr James told the PA news agency he did not believe Covid-19 was causing “very significant problems” for young people, adding that his patients in the ICU had been “extremely overweight” with multiple other co-morbidities.