Ontario’s Top Doctor Announces Higher Than Expected Vaccine Exemption Rates in the Province.

    On Tuesday, Dr. Kieran Moore revealed that the rates of individuals having legitimate medical exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario are much higher than what they initially expected.

    During a press conference on October 5, Moore disclosed that while the usual rate of exemption is projected at about 1 to 5 per 100,000 people, medical reports gathered across the province show that the rate in Ontario is 1 to 2 per 100 individuals.

    To be deemed “medically exempt” from getting the COVID-19 jabs, a doctor or a nurse must first go over important details to determine if the person concerned genuinely fits the guidelines established for exemption. The medical professional then fills out a form showing the exact reason for the exemption and how long the exemption should last.

    Moore related that he thinks these numbers are high and stressed that the physicians and nurses verifying who should be medically exempt from the COVID-19 vaccine shots should be “better aware” of the vital factors to be determined.

    The Chief Medical Officer of Health of Ontario explained that they are ascertaining who is medically exempt from being administered with the COVID-19 vaccine to prevent the onset of severe allergic reactions. He added that the chances of these severe allergic reactions occurring are at 1 in 100,000, as per their data.

    Moreover, Moore pointed out that this move was also clinched to stop the reports of people developing heart issues like myocarditis or pericarditis, especially among younger individuals. According to the statistics that they have assembled, the typical rate is observed at about 1 to 5 in 100,000 people.

    With the current figures gleaned across Ontario, Moore emphasized the need to review and educate doctors and nurses who oversee the filling out of the forms required to “ensure that they are aware of the two major medical exemptions for these vaccines.”

    “I want to ensure that all Ontarians have the benefit of protection, of immunization,” Moore stressed. “And a false medical exemption or an incorrect one bypasses our ability to protect them.”

    Vaccine hesitancy comes as no surprise, as the numbers that Dr. Moore provides with regards to vaccine side effects do not reflect the real numbers on the ground. At this point, more and more evidence is presented every day regarding severe side effects that don’t get reported by the doctors, and oftentimes patients with severe reactions to mRNA vaccines get sent home with no clear answers.

    Media, doctors, and politicians re-assure the public on a daily basis that vaccines are “safe and effective”, and the side effects are extremely rare. Just last month two healthy young vaccinated athletes from two different universities in Ontario died as a result of a “medical emergency”. Jacob Downey was an accomplished hockey player and Francis Perron was a football player at his university.

    Jessica Berg Wilson, a 37-year-old mother, died recently after her vaccine shot. Getting vaccinated was a condition of her employment, and she decided to take the “unnamed” vaccine to preserve her job. Jessica developed vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia right after the vaccination, which led to her death. The most shocking development came to our attention when Twitter flagged her story as “misinformation” when her loved ones tried to share her story. A continuous silencing of those who have been affected by the experimental mRNA vaccines leads to even more vaccine hesitancy.

    Needless to say, no one will take responsibility for the deaths of young students and devoted mother, along with thousands of others whose stories we’ll never hear as a result of unprecedented censorship across all popular social media sites and news outlets, even though they were forced to take the vaccine as a condition of their employment and university education.

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