These selfish dolts, many who claim to be "christian," are bringing back disease which were mosty unheard from in North America. Prevention and control programs designed to keep countries health have worked wonders. The misinformation machines, GOP and quacks have undermined all of that, especially in the US.
Jane Ruby is not an MD. She is an antivax conspiracy blogger, Vaxlady compiled these memes, of which there are many more, on only one SAV post. On a search of SAV, you will find 5 people who died thinking she was a doctor giving sage advice. (Many more people as well but these are ones where she is mentioned) https://www.sorryantivaxxer.com/search-results?q=Ruby
RFK Jr. is using his family name and his run for president as an antivax platform...
Millions of tax exempt charity dollars are also being funnelled to antivax programs and organizations like the quack docs at Frontline... amd RFK's Children’s Health Defense ... even though donations are supposed to go where the donation request funds to go.
Fidelity Charitable’s Program Guidelines specifically state that “the Trustees of Fidelity Charitable have exclusive ownership and control over all contributed property and all earnings thereon, and may determine in their sole discretion whether an organization shall be an Eligible Grant Recipient, and whether to approve any grant recommendation.”
How lawmakers in Texas and Florida undermine Covid vaccination efforts
State legislatures and politicians are pressuring public health officials to keep quiet about Covid vaccines.
Katherine Wells wants to urge her Lubbock, Texas, community to get vaccinated against Covid-19. “That could really save people from severe illness,” said Wells, the city’s public health director. But she can’t.
A rule added to Texas’ budget that went into effect Sept.1 forbids health departments and other organizations funded by the state government to advertise, recommend, or even list covid vaccines alone. “Clinics may inform patients that COVID-19 vaccinations are available,” the rule allows, “if it is not being singled out from other vaccines.”
Looking at 2023 data collected at nearly 14,000 nursing homes nationwide, researchers found that that fewer than one in every four (22.9%) health care workers had received up-to-date COVID vaccines, while less than half (47.1%) had gotten the latest flu shot.
In certain southern states—Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana and Missouri—less than 10% of staff at acute care hospitals were up-to-date on their COVID shots in 2023, the report found.