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Should people who lack sleep be barred from work and school because they might spread influenza?

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(NaturalNews) In America, perfectly normal, healthy children can be barred from attending public school. Likewise, perfectly normal, healthy adults can be fired from their place of work.

What's the reason behind this forceful discrimination of people throughout the U.S.?

It's not because of the color of their skin. It's not because they are part of the LGBT community. It's not because there is a war against women. It's not the persecution of Christians or Jews.

Children are being kept from school and adults are being barred from work because they refuse to be forcefully drugged and vaccinated. Human rights violations are real in the 21st century because of forceful pharmaceutical policies and vaccine mandates.

Today, many healthcare facilities and public schools throughout the Nation won't accept workers or students because these conscientious individuals refuse to be injected with the yearly influenza vaccine. Those in charge fear that the un-vaccinated individuals will ultimately become a vector of disease or a threat to community health.

This unreasonable philosophy of assumption and fear, which is used to target individuals who refuse the flu vaccine, could ultimately be used to target almost any group of people or any individual person.

People could be barred from work and school to "protect community health" because they don't get enough sleep

At Carnegie Mellon University, researchers found that people have a greater likelihood of catching a cold when they do not get enough sleep. Their research was recently backed up by Robert E. Doherty University, UC San Francisco, and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Their research shows that people who get less than six hours of sleep are more than four times more likely to get sick with the common cold.

Could these people, who get little sleep and who are sick more often, ultimately be barred from going to work or attending school? This new evidence on how sleep duration affects disease transmission gives authorities every reason to keep these sick individuals away from the public to protect community health.

To stay consistent with forceful vaccine policies, healthcare facilities and schools could theoretically discriminate against people based on their sleep habits and ultimately force individuals to get more sleep or face being banished from their career or schooling.

Forceful flu vaccine policies not even based on evidence

Strangely enough, there aren't any studies proving that flu vaccines prevent the flu. In fact, the science confirms the opposite. In 2014, the virus strain used in the widely-distributed, CDC-endorsed flu vaccines was the wrong strain for the season. In other words, none of the vaccines worked. The flu vaccines literally gave false hope, yet school and workplace officials are turning people away unless they get injected with this junk science!

This means that an employer or school district doesn't even need hard evidence to prove that un-vaccinated people spread disease. They just need the force of law, authoritarian ignorance, and mass compliance on their side. This same deadly combination could be used to falsify any kind of science and force any kind of vaccine or drug on any compliant population.

Lack of sleep, not lack of vaccines, turns people into a vector for disease

The 164 adults in the new study were strictly monitored with sensors to get accurate sleep times. Baselines were established for factors such as alcohol and cigarette usage and stress levels. Researchers factored in variables such as age, education, and income, but none of these had nearly the same impact that sleep duration had.

After the participants were sequestered and given the cold virus through nasal drops, they were monitored for a week. Daily mucus samples were taken to see if the virus had taken hold in their body. People who got more than seven hours of sleep didn't come down sick quite as often. In fact, those who slept less than six hours were 4.2 times more likely to come down sick. Participants who slept less than five hours were 4.5 times more likely to catch the cold.

It's not a lack of vaccines that is a community health problem; it's a lack of sleep and a lack of nutrition that is a community health problem.

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