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TEMPLATE LETTERS & FLYERS
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DOCUMENTS AND TEMPLATES LINKS
Solutions Empowerment documents and resources page
(U.K.) Letter templates
Vaccine Choice Canada documents and resources page
World Freedom Alliance documents and resources page
Stop World Control documents and resources page
Examples of letters you can write complaining to media publications for misrepresenting facts on vaccines:
INFORMATION TO USE IN YOUR COMMUNICATIONS
TGA page on AstraZeneca
The above links can be shown to any employers if they ask you to take such vaccines, TGA’s own documents show that the vaccines are experimental and not approved for use in Australia, only emergency provisional use (in clinic trials upon the population until April 2023).
Employer directions must be lawful and reasonable; therefore question if it is lawful and reasonable for your employer to expect you as employee to take an experimental clinic trial drug/poison.
Also let them know that the vaccine companies and government are free from liability but employers are not, so in the event of any adverse event injury or death from such vaccines employers are potentially liable (includes workplace manslaughter in some states which is open to criminal penalties).
Question whether the employer’s insurance policy covers them if the injury to employee is from an experimental injection.
Australian Immunization Handbook – Meaning of Informed Consent
(As part of the consent procedure, people receiving vaccines and/or their parents or carers should be given sufficient information (preferably written) about the risks and benefits of each vaccine. This includes: what adverse events are possible/how common they are/what they should do about them)
Australian Vaccination Risk Network-informed choice page
Informed consent disclosure should include serious side effects
Australian Vaccination Risk Network- vaccine laws page