Ronald McDonald Homes in British Columbia and Yukon, Canada, plan to evict baby most cancers sufferers and their dad and mom in the event that they don’t get the COVID-19 shot by the top of January.
“Starting January 17, 2022, everybody 5 years and older who’re working, staying, or visiting our services (each the Home at 4567 Heather St, Vancouver and on the Household Room in Surrey Memorial Hospital) should present proof of full vaccination (two doses), along with finishing our current screening, until an Lodging has been sought and has been explicitly accredited and granted by RMH BC in writing,” a letter from RMH British Columbia & Yukon Senior Director of Household Providers Leslie Louie states.
The letter was despatched to all households on Monday and solely provides them a couple of weeks with a Jan. 31 grace interval deadline to submit their vaccine passports to the RMHBC administration, which often offers housing to households of sick youngsters in want of standard hospital therapy.
Austin Furgason and his spouse Lindsey, who’re staying within the Vancouver Ronald McDonald home whereas their 4-year-old son receives therapy for leukemia, are simply two of the individuals who RMH plans to kick out on Jan. 31 until they get the COVID-19 jab.
In a video posted to Facebook, Furgason confronted a supervisor within the Vancouver home demanding solutions on why the charity is demanding vaccination when the shot clearly doesn’t cease the unfold of COVID-19.
“What we’re doing is defending the protection of everyone in the home,” a RMH employee instructed Furgason.
“No, you’re not,” he replied. “As a result of a vaccinated particular person might nonetheless get it and transmit it.”
Furgason defined that the household has lived within the facility for months and isn’t on account of go away till later in 2022.
“You’re evicting children with leukemia, children who’ve strokes. Youngsters with Down syndrome. Do you perceive how evil that is?” Furgason requested. “That is simply so tousled.”
Furgason told a Canadian information outlet that his son, Jack, is doing “actually good” as a result of “God’s been doing miracles for our child,” however lamented the truth that RMHBC and Canada have determined “segregation” of individuals based mostly on their vaccination standing is the answer to COVID.
“It doesn’t matter what individuals’s beliefs are, everybody donates to this place as a result of everybody desires to save lots of dying children,” he stated. “If there was something left to unite our nation, this could have been it. And nonetheless, they discover a strategy to segregate us and divide us much more. … I’m damaged inside for our nation simply how briskly this has accelerated.”
RMH in Vancouver didn’t instantly reply to The Federalist’s questions on what number of sick children and their households can be displaced because of the coverage. The group did inform an area outlet, nonetheless, that it would “work to search out alternate housing for households who refuse to get everybody over the age of 5 vaccinated by the Jan. 31 deadline.”
The RMHBC website states that “all friends and guests to the Home should present proof of full vaccination in opposition to COVID-19.”
“We proceed to limit entry to the Home and are working towards COVID-19 security protocols together with: screening, temperature checks, bodily distancing, enhanced cleansing protocols and obligatory masks sporting in all widespread areas,” the message banner on the web site’s entrance web page reads. “These measures along with an abundance of sanitizer and kindness will assist us guarantee the protection of everybody on the Home.”
The U.S. RMH didn’t instantly reply to The Federalist’s questions on whether or not it plans to implement a COVID-19 vaccine mandate as properly.
Jordan Boyd is a workers author at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. Her work has additionally been featured in The Day by day Wire and Fox Information. Jordan graduated from Baylor College the place she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Observe her on Twitter @jordangdavidson.
Source: The Federalist