Fired Pharmaceutical Workers Explain Why They Didn’t Get COVID-19 Shots
A major pharmaceutical company this week fired many employees who refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Syneos Health is a global pharmaceutical outsourcing company with some 28,000 employees in more than 110 countries. It contracts with bigger pharmaceutical companies including COVID-19 vaccine maker Johnson & Johnson/Janssen.
While J & J employs pharmaceutical representatives, it also contracts with Syneos Health to provide additional pharmaceutical representatives. Each Syneos representative is paired with one from J&J and they work together, selling drugs to doctors and other health care providers.
“It’s the same exact job, same exact customers, same exact expense reporting. Everything is the same, we’re just employed through different employers. And yet we’re being forced to be vaccinated and they’re not. We’re being told it’s because we can’t do our job, yet my Janssen counterpart can be unvaccinated, have an exemption, and still do the same exact job,” one sales representative told The Epoch Times.
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This article perfectly exemplifies the randomness of “vaccine” mandates. They are not logical, scientific, or ethical in the least. Similar lunacy of wearing a mask all the way to the restaurant but removing it to eat (as if the virus understands this), these employees, doing the exact same work as their colleagues are forced to get the COVID jabs while their colleagues are exempt.
The employees, most with science or health backgrounds, attend a two-month pharmaceutical school when hired to learn the science behind the drugs they sell. They are foregoing the shots for the following reasons:
- the shots haven’t gone through proper safety and efficacy studies
- data and Big Pharma has admitted these are not “vaccines” that give you immunity
- there are many reports of injection injury
- some already have had COVID and have immunity
- employees aren’t comfortable being an experiment for pharma
- COVID has a high survival rate, making injections unnecessary