Nurse Punched in Face for Giving Wife Covid Vaccination

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Nurse Punched in Face for Giving Wife Covid Vaccination

A Candian Nurse was punched in the face and knocked to the ground after giving a women the Covid Vaccination without ‘his permission’.

A man walked into a Canadian Pharmacy on Monday morning accusing a 40-year-old Nurse of ‘Vaccinating his wife without his express permission’. The man then punched the Nurse in the face multiple times without giving her a chance to explain or defend herself. The nurse was knocked to the ground, before the man quickly exited the pharmacy and is now being sought by Police.

It is not clear whether the suspect was opposed the Covid Vaccine or the fact his wife got the vaccine without his consent.

The President of the Canadian Pharmacists Association stated:

“When we have discussions from customers, I mean it’s one-on-one with the patient.”

We don’t need the family approval, so I don’t know what happened, or where this thing comes from.”

The suspect was described as a 30 – 45 year old man, approximately six feet tall, medium build with short brown hair, thick eyebrows and a tattoo of a cross on his hand. Police have an image of the man but are appealing to the public to find the man.

The nurse was seriously injured in the attack and was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for ‘multiple injuries’ to her face and possible concussion.

There are no laws in Canada that state that individuals need their spouses’ permission to get vaccinated.

As a result of the incident, the pharmacy temporarily suspended its Covid Vaccination Program. But the company that owns the pharmacy have stated:

“They fully condemn this act which is unacceptable towards the pharmacy teams who have been providing essential services since the beginning of the pandemic.”

Canada currently has one of the world’s highest vaccinated rates with 69.8% of their population fully vaccinated.



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