Q: Looking for proper care before I get vaccinated. Ca Governor acting in pure discrimination.
Politicians are not Drs. Not only that my job instability crippled my ability to hold down a proper dr. So far the medi-cal provided ones have not shown any investment with concerns on infertility and potential blood clots. How is his push to reward those that are vaccinated not a form of PURE discrimination? How is this legal? I am not anti-vaxx. However I am at the stage of my life and have symptoms that need to be answered and NOT rushing to this vaccine is somethin beyond important to me. I have respect not vaccinated protocals and followed them. And I know I am not the only one. I also have not been able to find a dr that will get to the bottom of why I have never been pregnant. Or at least a Dr that is willing to commit to watch my health while I eventually get vaccinated. Seriously, shame on california and that harm its doeing to us. Sickening.
A: I am sorry but this does not appear to be a question but more of a rant.
I understand your concerns but vaccination has been held to be a lawful way for the government to attempt to control certain deadly medical conditions throughout the last decade. Exceptions exist for those with documented medical conditions that make taking the vaccine a risk, and for those with closely held religious beliefs. Other than those exceptions the law allows employers to mandate taking of the vaccine if the employer determines that doing so would be best for its workforce.
Good luck to you.
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A: You can get all the information you need by going to the National Institutes of Health website (copy and paste this link: https://www.nih.gov/). There is a lot of straight up good information which will help you understand the possible risks and benefits of getting vaccinated. And the shots are free. You can go to most Walgreen's or CVS or Thrifty-Right Aid pharmacies and get your vaccination shots there. California is also offering a chance to win a lottery when you go to get your vaccination.
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