ER Editor: Kudos to Dr. Steve James, who respectfully yet clearly challenged UK health minister and former Deutsche Bank managing director, Sajid Javid on the logic of vaccine mandates for frontline staff who’ve been infected.
What is possibly more remarkable is that this video, from last Friday, is still up on Sky News’ Youtube channel. What is also noticeable is the fear in the nurses, and how Javid sets them up, or tries to, against the doctor.
Dr. James’ personal appeal to us on Twitter is below.
Steve James, Consultant anaesthetist at Kings College records this message for all of us regarding his conversation with Sajid Javid! Share the hell out of this! Let’s get it to as many people as possible! pic.twitter.com/6nON1C8xAh
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