In January, when all the unjabbed workers were sent home and only ‘fully vaccinated’ employees were on site, the bottling plant saw positive tests at a rate ‘significantly more than in any other month.’

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BRAMPTON, Ontario (LifeSiteNews) – Ontario arbitrator Mark Wright rendered a decision on March 17 backing up Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited in their quest to oust unvaccinated workers.

In Unifor Local 973 v Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited, 2022 CanLII 20322, Arbitrator Mark Wright decided that the bottling company had the right to suspend employees without pay who refused to take an experimental and abortion tainted COVID jab.

The arbitrator concluded that even though vaccine mandate polices do in fact impact an employee’s right to privacy and bodily autonomy, that such a policy is reasonable because of the perceived threat of COVID-19.

Last October, the employer put forth a vaccination policy, which gave a deadline of January 1, 2022, after which unjabbed employees would face onerous conditions, such as consistent testing and double masking.

On December 7, 2021, the employer advised all employees that:

  • Effective January 3, 2022, all employees who were not fully vaccinated by January 1, 2022, would be required to wear face shields over their masks when on site or in the field; and
  • Effective January 17, 2022, unvaccinated employees would have to submit to a mandatory rapid testing program on their own time but at the employer’s expense, and ongoing failure to comply with the policy, “will have consequences such as being subject to additional protocols and rules, including Leave Without Pay, and the possibility of significant discipline up to and including termination.”

By January 12, unjabbed workers were informed that by the end of January they would be placed on leave without pay indefinitely.

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This was despite the advice from the arbitrator, who said that “no discipline should be issued for failing to become vaccinated before April 4, 2022.”

It was Wright’s opinion that the jabs have been proven to be “safe and effective at combatting not only the transmission of the virus, but also at providing significantly greater protection for serious illness.”

His opinion on the medical matter has been roundly proven false with recent data from both Ontario, and the plant itself.

In January, when all the unjabbed workers were sent home and only “fully vaccinated” employees were on site, the bottling plant saw positive tests at a rate “significantly more than in any other month.”

In addition, the most recent data on COVID case rate by vaccination status shows that fully jabbed Ontarians are more likely to test positive than those who haven’t taken the injections. The vaccinated in certain age categories are more than twice as likely to test positive.

The claim that the jab is generally safe and effective is challenged by data from the U.K. showing that triple-jabbed Britons have the highest rate of infection and death associated with the disease.

The list of FDA-recognized adverse events from the shots has grown from severe anaphylactic reactions to include fatal thrombotic events, the inflammatory heart condition myocarditis, and neurologically disabling disease like Guillain Barré Syndrome. There have been thousands of recorded deaths and permanent disabilities after injection.

As of October 29, 2021, there have been over 850,000 injuries from coronavirus shots reported to the U.S. government’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.