By : Rebekah Barnett
Australia’s most trusted brand has been announced. Woolworths, the fresh food people and aggressive enforcers of nonsensical medical mandates, even after the government said they didn’t have to do it anymore.
Woolworths fancies itself ‘inclusive’ and ‘people first’, but excludes people based on their personal medical decisions. Not all personal medical decisions, mind you. Woolworths does not exclude workers who decline chemotherapy for cancer treatment that may reduce their chances of death (it’s allowable to Woolworths if they prefer to die), while they do exclude workers who decline mRNA injections that may reduce their chances of death (Woolworths does not accept their choice to risk death).
Sacked Woolworths staff speak:
‘It doesn’t make sense that customers can shop without being vaccinated or disclosing medical information, but I cannot work, it is wrong,’ said a Woolworths employee, who has come under increasing pressure from Woolworths to get vaccinated or face termination on Monday.
‘I am one of four mothers at our store who is being affected by this, 12 children between us. I am a good, hard-working person. None of my colleagues have an issue with me continuing to work with them. I am young, fit, healthy, and willing to work. I do not want to lose my job and I do not deserve to lose my job.
‘The mandates need to end.
‘No one has shown me the data, research, or evidence, or assessments to back their policy up.’
A reminder for anyone who hasn’t been paying attention, that it has been acknowledged at the highest levels that Covid vaccines do not prevent infection or transmission. Aus Health has removed any mention of infection or transmission prevention from How COVID-19 Vaccines Work:
At this stage, Woolworths has not made any statements to indicate that they will adjust their discriminatory policies to fall in line with the latest health advice.
A trustworthy brand would acknowledge the mistake, adjust the policy, and apologise to those whom it wrongfully sacked while operating under misguided health advice.
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