NHS staff throw scrubs at Downing Street in protest at compulsory jabs
Thousands of NHS workers and anti-vaxxers have protested against compulsory Covid jabs across the country.
Healthcare staff were pictured throwing their scrubs at police outside Downing Street in London, while crowds chanted ‘no vax mandate’.
Specialist nurse Cara Barnes, from West Yorkshire, claims the jab – which the World Health Organisation says has saved hundreds of thousands of lives – is an ‘experimental drug’.
She said: ‘I am not prepared to be injected with an experimental drug.
‘Coercion is not a choice. It is not the fault of the NHS but I am disappointed – this is not how I saw my 30-year career-ending.’
Ambulance worker Christabelle Gregory, 32, who was protesting in London, said: ‘People were once clapping for us but there’s no appreciation any more. I’m young and I’ve got antibodies from working on the frontline, so I don’t want the vaccine.’