Blog post by Marica Micallef
In USA, an unvaccinated man was denied a heart transplant by the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston because he is not vaccinated. The hospital said it was following policy. A few months before this, a Colorado woman in need of a kidney transplant was denied the procedure because she refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Hence, it is clear that unvaccinated people are being denied organ transplants.
A Facebook comment shows that Malta is moving in this direction and those who do not take the booster, risk now to be denied medical assistance. I do not know if this is an individual case or if there were and are other similar cases. I would also like to know if this is also being extended to non-vaccinated people.
[I have a friend who had an accident a few months ago and he had plates inserted in his hand. Now he is due for an operation, so these plates are removed but the professor told him to take the booster. He told him that if he does not take the booster, he should not dare go there. What kind of farse is this?]
Will the unvaccinated [and as in the case above, the non-boosted patients] be denied medical treatment and will they be subjected to different kind of medical procedures and treatments?