Austin Fergason and his wife have a 4-year-old son fighting Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Having a young child with a life-threatening disease is terribly stressful, but the stress was ratcheted up when Austin and his wife received a letter from the Vancouver, British Columbia Ronald McDonald House informing them that anyone inside the house under the age of 5 must be vaccinated against COVID.

True North News obtained a copy of the letter, which stated that the vaccine mandate will begin on January 17, and “families already in the House/Family Room” will be given until January 31 to receive “minimum one dose.”

The letter told recipients to “visit our front desk to scan your BC vaccination passport, confirming proof of vaccination or provide the vaccination card for those under 12 years of age.”

 The letter was written by RMH British Columbia & Yukon Senior Director of Family Services Leslie Louie, stating that the new policy requires all children five or older and their family members to show their proof of “full vaccination” (two doses). The policy applies to “everyone five years and older who are working, staying, or visiting our facilities.”

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The family also received a notice that a Covid passport scanning process would begin on January 12th.

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Austin Furgason is seen in the video below explaining The Ronald McDonald House threatening families to get vaxxed or get out.

Austin Furgason also made a Facebook video showing his confrontation with the manager at the Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver, BC.

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In his recorded exchange with the manager of the House, Furgason made it clear to the staff that he is not anti-vaccine as a rule and said that his child had received other vaccines.

The manager told him that the policy was being implemented “to reduce the risks to the entire house,” which Furgason immediately said “doesn’t make sense” because you can still spread the virus if you are vaccinated.

The vaccines do not stop the spread of COVID has been admitted by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky. She told CNN that what the vaccines “can’t do anymore is prevent transmission.”

In a segment on CNN with Wolf Blitzer, Walensky said that while the vaccines are doing very well to protect against serious illness and death, what they cannot do anymore is stop transmission.

“Our vaccines are working exceptionally well. They continue to work well for Delta with regard to sever illness and death. They prevent it,” Walensky said.

The following statement is more notable, however, as it is one of the only times the CDC has acknowledged that vaccines cannot stop the spread of the virus.

…what they can’t do anymore is prevent transmission. So if you’re going home to somebody who has not been vaccinated, somebody who can’t get vaccinated… I would suggest you wear a mask in a public indoor setting,” Walensky stated.

Again, in the recorded exchange, the manager told him that the policy was being implemented “to reduce the risks to the entire house,” which Furgason immediately said “doesn’t make sense” because you can still spread the virus if you are vaccinated.

 

Will the Ronald McDonald House charity that does so much good for so many families update its statement with an explanation that only fully vaccinated families deserve the charity’s services and benefit from the generosity and goodwill of others?

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