The CEO of a major medical equipment maker said those who refuse the experimental COVID-19 injections should be “automatically considered” to have forfeited their right to obtain COVID-19 treatment in public hospitals.
First off, Gilead’s remdesivir, Pfizer’s Paxlovid, and Merck’s molnupiravir are the standard COVID-19 treatments in hospitals.
I doubt individuals who refuse the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapies would want these dangerous antiviral medications, especially if they know the truth about ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.
However, the CEO of Germany’s Dräger wants to set an authoritarian precedent of denying treatment to patients who won’t submit to medical tyranny.
The Epoch Times reported:
Stefan Dräger, the CEO of major German medical manufacturer Dräger, told Die Welt that those who reject getting a shot for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus should not be able to get publicly funded hospital treatment for the disease. Dräger is considered one of the largest makers of ventilators in the world.
“Anyone who refuses vaccination must forgo treatment in the hospital,” he said, reported other German media citing Welt, according to a German-to-English translation. “If he refuses, this is automatically considered a patient decree that if he falls ill with the virus, he will not be treated in hospital at the expense of the general public,” Dräger also said in the interview, published Thursday.
His argument for such a protocol, which is sure to draw criticism, is because it “avoids overburdening hospitals and staff,” he added.
The German CEO also stated: “What bothers me about mandatory vaccination is that the state then makes the decision for the people and relieves them of their responsibility.
“In my opinion, a large, silent majority in our country is currently suffering from an unrepentant minority,” Dräger continued. “I also mean this in a medical sense, for example [since] the treatment of other illnesses or operations has to be postponed.”
As Natural News noted, Dräger’s proposal has already been applied in other countries:
Singapore will stop covering the medical bills of unvaccinated COVID-19 patients https://t.co/uKPZ1CBxW4
— NPR Health News (@NPRHealth) November 9, 2021
Singapore has already done what Drager wanted to do. The Southeast Asian nation stopped covering the medical bills of those “unvaccinated by choice” beginning December 8 last year, with the country’s Ministry of Health citing the strain that the unvaccinated are putting on the nation’s health care system.
“Unvaccinated persons make up a sizeable majority of those who require intensive inpatient care, and disproportionately contribute to the strain on our healthcare resources,” the ministry said in a statement.
The Singaporean government had been covering the cost of COVID-19 care for all of its citizens, permanent residents and long-term pass holders, excluding those who tested positive after returning from overseas. The ministry explained that it was supposed to avoid financial considerations adding to public uncertainty and concern when the virus was emergent and unfamiliar.
However, the system will continue to apply to the majority who are vaccinated until the situation becomes more stable. The policy change meant that the government started charging those unvaccinated COVID-19 patients admitted to hospitals and treatment facilities since December 8. However, the patient can still use their regular health care financing arrangements to pay bills where applicable.
Organ transplants is where this disgusting practice has been utilized in the United States. WLT reported on the story of a veteran with natural immunity who was denied a kidney transplant for refusing the COVID-19 injection.