Hoax Covid vaccine consent forms sent to schools in Hertfordshire
Schools in Hertfordshire have received letters of consent to the Covid hoax vaccine – with at least one school reportedly forwarding the letter to parents.
NHS England’s medical director has warned parents across the country of anti-vaccine letters after three million young people between the ages of 12 and 15 became eligible to receive a first Covid vaccine.
The “consent checklist” sent to schools, under a fake NHS logo, calls for it to be shared with students.
NHS Medical Director for the Covid Vaccination Dr Jonathan Leach said on Twitter: “Just to confirm that this is not a legitimate form of the NHS.”
The form includes a series of negative claims about the risks of vaccinations.
It includes claims such as the vaccine posing a risk of “stroke, blindness, deafness, coagulation, miscarriages, anaphylaxis and cardiovascular disorders” and data on the number of deaths of people after. a jab and the number of “officially reported” adverse reactions to the jab.
After a series of statements, the “patient or caregiver” is asked to sign to give “informed consent to receive an experimental vaccine against Covid-19, the long-term effects of which are unknown”.
At least one school in Hertfordshire has cracked the fake consent form and unwittingly passed it on to parents, according to a Twitter exchange.
Thank you for drawing our attention to this point. a clarification was sent to schools that this form and these communications should be ignored. Very grateful for your help.
– Jim McManus OCDS, FFPH (@jimmcmanusph) September 27, 2021
Responding to a tweet with an image of the form captioned: “This was sent by at least one Herts school,” Hertfordshire County Council Director of Public Health Jim McManus said: “Thank you for calling our attention to this. Clarification has been sent to schools that this form and these communications (communications) are to be ignored. Very grateful for your help. ”
The board has been approached for further information.
Julie McCulloch, of the Association of School and College Leaders’ Union of Principals, said: “We are asking those behind these bogus consent forms to stop passing them around.
“One of those pressures is the fact that a large number of students have caught Covid and are absent from school – the very thing that the vaccination program is designed against.”
Any unauthorized use of the NHS logo has been taken very seriously, a spokesperson for the Department of Health and Social Affairs told the BBC.
The spokeswoman added: “Misinformation about the vaccine is dangerous and costs lives. We continue to do all we can, working with local authorities and our NHS, to counter the spread of untruths with public information based on science and facts. ”