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Should your jab exception be invalidated if obtained from one of the accused?

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    It looks like all 20,000 exemptions will be invalidated. Does that mean that all 20,000 will lead to further legal action?

    Surely, there must have been some legitimate ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    If the government suspect it to be invalid it is invalid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArrynField:
    Surely, there must have been some legitimate ones?
    Probably

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    Sigh..points for trying again I guess..😢

    https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...9-20221103.htm


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    Quote Originally Posted by ArrynField:
    Surely, there must have been some legitimate ones?
    No, the number of people in Hong Kong that cannot get a Pfizer vaccine for genuine medical reasons should be so rare and few that each and every one should be indivually approved by the highest medical authority in the land, not some everyday GP. There should be less than 10 people in all of Hong Kong. Only people who are alergic to polyethylene glycol (PEG) should not get the vaccine. PEG is a very very common everyday product found in things like soap and cosmetics. So only people allergic to soap should not get the vaccine.

    Temporary exemptions are another story. Sure it's fine for a GP to give a temporary exemption for a million reasons. But they should all have expired long ago and should not be permanent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdw:
    No, the number of people in Hong Kong that cannot get a Pfizer vaccine for genuine medical reasons should be so rare and few that each and every one should be indivually approved by the highest medical authority in the land, not some everyday GP. There should be less than 10 people in all of Hong Kong. Only people who are alergic to polyethylene glycol (PEG) should not get the vaccine. PEG is a very very common everyday product found in things like soap and cosmetics. So only people allergic to soap should not get the vaccine.

    Temporary exemptions are another story. Sure it's fine for a GP to give a temporary exemption for a million reasons. But they should all have expired long ago and should not be permanent.
    Yes that is all very very likely. The messaging at the time from the government was quite different with talk of concern on blood pressure etc. Shouldn't it be proven in court that the doctors hadn't set up a super efficient online consulting process looking at digital records from the hospital authority before exceptions are nullified?

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