Doctors in Canada’s most populous province are being pushed by their licensing body, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, to prescribe drugs or recommend psychiatrists to patients who refuse to take the COVID-19 experimental gene therapy vaccine.
The insane recommendation is explained by the CPSO as a way to manage so-called vaccine anxieties and vaccine hesitancy.
“It is also important that physicians work with their patients to manage anxieties related to the vaccine and not enable avoidance behaviour,” states the CPSO website.
The unscientific explanation continues: “For example, for extreme fear of needles (trypanophobia) or other cases of serious concern, responsible use of prescription medications and/or referral to psychotherapy may be available options. Overall, physicians have a responsibility to allow their patients to be properly informed about vaccines and not have those anxieties empowered by an exemption,” the CPSO document reads.
The mad CPSO guidance to doctors was first exposed by Twitter user Nadine Ness from Saskatchewan.
“This is horrific,” the mother of four and former RCMP officer tweeted. “Yet another reason for lowered trust in our health care system”
After Ness’s tweet went viral on social media, the CPSO quickly revised their disgusting guidelines to soften the language, but not the overall message by including a vague reference to a patient having a ‘fear of needles.’
“I was never afraid of needles,” Get Woke Up! reader Jane Wilson responded in our comments section in response to the controversy. “It was the untested, experimental, snake oil inside of them that I was concerned about.”
In addition to the claim that any patient who doesn’t want to be vaccinated is crazy, the CPSO goes a block further into crazy town and encourages doctors to limit the ability for vaccine exemptions.
Unscientific Medical Advice
“Generally speaking, there are very few acceptable medical exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccination (examples include an allergist/immunologist-confirmed severe allergy or anaphylactic reaction to a previous dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or to any of its components that cannot be mitigated, or a diagnosed episode of myocarditis/pericarditis after receipt of an mRNA vaccine),” reads the site.
Although the CPSO website states that physicians “have a responsibility to allow their patients to be properly informed about vaccines,” our faithful readers disagree.
“Their advice to medicate and psychoanalyze patients who choose not to be vaccinated smacks of social coercion and a lack of respect for the long-held practice of informed consent,” writes Cassandra Wicks.
The policy also fails to address the very real, not made up concerns many patients have regarding the well documented adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccination including myocarditis, blood clots, immune issues, reproductive health consequences and even death. In fact in Ontario alone there have been at least twenty thousand reports of adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccines.
“Safe and effective?” asks reader Todd DiMarcco. “Now that’s crazy.”