No vaccination discrimination

Adrian McErlean made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Executive Office (Northern Ireland)

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Dear Executive Office (Northern Ireland),

The government is talking about discriminating people that doesn't want the covid19 injection product. By saying no jab no job or you'll lose the right to enter pubs and restaurants without the jab. Also by introducing Freedom passports.
Anyway my questions are
1. Does the Nuremberg treaty still stand?
As it states all medical treatments must ne consented and you can't be discriminated against if you refuse the product. It also states medical treatments must be tested on animals before being given to humans and the pharmaceutical companies admitted they missed out animal testing too rush out the product.

2. Can an employer force a vaccine product on their employees?
Again that breaches the Nuremberg treaty

3. What human rights have we left? If the government/companies can force people against their will or blackmail them into a vaccine product.

Yours faithfully,

Adrian McErlean

TEO FOI, Executive Office (Northern Ireland)

Mr McErlean

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