On Tuesday, August 31st, the Hancock County Commissioners passed a resolution banning vaccine passports in the county and discouraging private businesses from mandating the Covid-19 vaccination. County Commissioners John Jessup and Marc Huber voted in favor of the resolution and Bill Spaulding voted against the resolution.
The last paragraph of the resolution reads:
“Lastly, the Board encourages businesses and schools in the County to avoid any measures or mandates that require employees, customers, patrons, students, or other persons, to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, or to produce health information on COVID-19 immunization status, otherwise known as COVID-19 immunization passports. Read full resolution HERE.
Will Hancock Health be the corporation that ushers tyranny into our county via mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations for their employees, along with vaccination passports? By all indications, this seems to be the case. Hancock Health recently released an “Open Letter to the Community” that compared unvaccinated people to being as reckless as “drunk drivers and smokers” and ultimately “making the most selfish choice possible” by not getting the vaccination. This is why we need you to contact the Hancock Health Board of Directors NOW. If we can discourage Hancock Health from mandating the jab, we can discourage other businesses in Hancock County from doing the same.
Tens of thousands of Indiana health care workers and other employees have had their livelihoods threatened by recent vaccine mandates across our state. These mandates are an affront to the human rights of employees everywhere. Very simply, they contribute to a show-me-your-papers society that no one, whether vaccinated or not, wants their children to inherit.
Severe adverse reactions to the COVID-19 injections reported to the CDC’s VAERS system are far higher than with any other vaccine in history. The swine flu vaccine was removed from the market after only 33 deaths. As of July 23, 2021, the CDC has received 595,622 reports of adverse reactions from the COVID-19 vaccines and 13,068 death reports. To put that in perspective, the flu vaccine, received by approximately 150 million people per year (which is similar to the number of people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine), receives only 100 to 200 death reports per year. This is what many hospital systems are mandating for Indiana citizens.