Mandatory vaccine may soon be a reality

2022-01-20 08:50:00 AM
Mandatory vaccine may soon be a reality

🔒 Mandatory vaccine may soon be a reality

🔒 Mandatory vaccine may soon be a reality

Reduced viral load lessens chance of new variant developing which could also have implications for a fifth wave.

There may soon come a time when government will help those South Africans dragging their heels over getting theirCovid vaccinations by making up their minds for them with a vaccination mandate. Specialists in the field are warning the pending decision by Health Minister Joe Phaahla is “absolutely critical” in light of recent jumps in Covid infections. With many back to the daily grind after travelling over the December break, health department spokesperson Foster Mohale said numbers were rising gradually, but there was no cause for serious concern because the recovery rate was equally high. “Our focus is to have more...

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Landmark legal challenge against mandatory Covid vaccines in South AfricaTrade union Solidarity has launched a legal challenge against the University of the Free State (UFS) over its planned mandatory Covid-19 vaccine policy for staff and students.

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Picture: iStock There may soon come a time when government will help those South Africans dragging their heels over getting theirCovid vaccinations by making up their minds for them with a vaccination mandate.The union said it also plans to file several other court cases regarding mandatory vaccinations in the workplace.19 January 2022 - 11:52 PHILANI NOMBEMBE A technician at the Chan Soon-Shiong Centre for Epidemic Response and Innovation at Stellenbosch University on January 19 2022.19 January 2022 - 11:52 PHILANI NOMBEMBE A technician at the Chan Soon-Shiong Centre for Epidemic Response and Innovation at Stellenbosch University on January 19 2022.

Specialists in the field are warning the pending decision by Health Minister Joe Phaahla is “absolutely critical” in light of recent jumps in Covid infections. With many back to the daily grind after travelling over the December break, health department spokesperson Foster Mohale said numbers were rising gradually, but there was no cause for serious concern because the recovery rate was equally high. These legal challenges are expected to act as some of the first ‘test cases’ and provide clarity around vaccine mandates in the public and business sectors. “Our focus is to have more. Patrick Soon-Shiong, founder of the multinational conglomerate NantWorks, established NantSA in Brackenfell.. “As a result, we see dozens of employers exploiting this uncertainty and using it as an excuse to lay off employees without following the correct procedures,” said Solidarity chief executive Dr Dirk Hermann.. Ramaphosa and Soon-Shiong also launched the Coalition to Accelerate Africa’s Access to Advanced Healthcare, which aims to drive the development of innovative therapeutics and ensure the continent is prepared for future pandemics.

There may soon come a time when government will help those South Africans dragging their heels over getting their Covid vaccinations by making up their minds for them with a vaccination mandate. “Meanwhile, we are seeing employees’ rights and livelihoods being threatened throughout South Africa. Patrick Soon-Shiong with Stellenbosch University rector Wim de Villiers and higher education, science and technology minister Blade Nzimande, at the launch of the Chan Soon-Shiong Centre for Epidemic Response and Innovation on January 19 2022. Specialists in the field are warning the pending decision by Health Minister Joe Phaahla is “absolutely critical” in light of recent jumps in Covid infections. With many back to the daily grind after travelling over the December break, health department spokesperson Foster Mohale said numbers were rising gradually, but there was no cause for serious concern because the recovery rate was equally high. We must obtain legal certainty. “Our focus is to have more people vaccinate, even when the number of new infections is low, so by the time we are hit by the new wave or variant, we know that the impact of infections won’t be severe,” Mohale said. Soon-Shiong runs NantWorks from Los Angeles and has signed a collaboration agreement with the CSIR and SA Medical Research Council (SAMRC). Professor Glenda Davison, associate professor and head of the biomedical sciences department at Cape Peninsula University of Technology said the country was not going to fully beat Covid until more than 80% of the population was inoculated. According to Solidarity, any form of “blanket approach” that does not take into account the unique situation of individual employees or students will be illegal and also undesirable. Speakers at the launch in Brackenfell included Corey Casper, CEO of the Infectious Diseases Research Institute at the University of Washington in the US; Glenda Gray, president and CEO of the SAMRC; and John Nkengasong , director of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.

WATCH: Mall of Africa’s Kream restaurant refuses to meet Malema and his entourage “So yes, it is probably time to think about this. “Other countries have made it mandatory with success and others have made vaccination compulsory to attend certain events and have access to restaurants,” she said. No state should have such power – especially not one that already has violated the trust of so many of its people,” Hermann said.. “One of the biggest risks is the development of more variants which are likely to arise if the virus is able to replicate uncontrollably.” According to Davison, vaccination reduced viral load, so there was less chance of a variant developing, which could also have implications for a fifth wave. It creates resistance, and it damages trust and relationships. “In addition, the economy will never fully recover until we get the majority vaccinated.

“For example while we have low vaccination rates the likelihood of travel bans and the return of tourists is always at risk. “South Africans have been kept in the dark far too long.” Public health lawyer Safura Abdool Karim said the government should have made its decision months ago. “This will create some kind of uniformity and it might also expand the scope of the mandate. Drastic action must be taken.” Vaccinologist Professor Shabir Madhi said mandatory vaccination of adults to partake in gatherings would assist in ensuring that SA does not experience a swell of severe disease cases when there would be a resurgence. ALSO READ: Mandatory vaccines are ‘not the answer’ “This assist in safeguarding health care services, even when vaccines not preventing infections.

Also, the next wave could be due to a variant that vaccines do protect better against than it did for omicron.” Madhi said if people were vaccinated and SA had a breakthrough infection, it would result in a quicker decline in viral load and be less infectious to others. The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) is opposed to vaccine mandates. A study published in the 5 January Obstetrics & Gynaecology medical journal found vaccines may cause a small change to menstrual cycle length, but that this change was temporary. “While health experts believe this finding is not clinically significant, the commission would like to caution businesses against forcing employees to vaccinate and imposing harsh sanctions on them if they do not,” it said.

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