The household of a 4-year-old boy leukemia affected person who’s staying on the Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver, Canada says they’ve obtained discover they’ll be evicted from the ability if they can’t present proof that they’re vaccinated.
Tuesday, the boy’s father, Austin Furgason, posted a Facebook video displaying a letter he obtained – OutKick has contacted the Ronald McDonald consultant listed on the letter and is awaiting remark — notifying mother and father that the ability might be requiring vaccine passports beginning January 17 for these over 5 years previous to go to or keep on the facility. Workers can even be required to be vaccinated.
The 4-year-old boy has been staying on the facility since October when he was identified with leukemia, in keeping with Furgason’s Facebook account. Now the unvaccinated mother and father are confronted with the choice to get vaccinated or stand their floor and depart.
“Beginning January 17, 2022, everyone five years and older who are working, staying or visiting our facilities (both the House at 4567 Heather St. Vancouver and at the Family Room in Surrey Memorial Hospital) must show proof of full vaccination (two doses), in addition to completing our existing screening, unless an Accommodation has been sought and has been explicitly approved and granted by RMHC (Ronald McDonald House Charities) in writing,” Leslie Louie, Ronald McDonald House Senior Director of Family Services, writes within the discover.
Families presently residing on the facility could have till January 31 to get their first dose.
“We continue to restrict access to the House and are practicing COVID –19 safety protocols including: screening, temperature checks, physical distancing, enhanced cleaning protocols and mandatory mask-wearing in all common spaces,” Louie continues in her letter. “All guests and visitors to the House must show proof of full vaccination against COVID –19. These measures in addition to an abundance of sanitizer and kindness will help us ensure the safety of everyone at the House.”
Furgason referred to as the choice handed down by the Ronald McDonald House “wicked and vile.”
“The Covid cult is far more dangerous then Covid. If they will evict families with cancer, what won’t they do,” he wrote on Facebook.
In an interview with True North, Furgason defined why this determination has been yet one more kick within the intestine since studying his son’s prognosis in October.
“No matter what people’s beliefs are, everyone donates to this place because everyone wants to save dying kids,” he instructed True North. “If there was anything left to unite our country, this would have been it. And still, they find a way to segregate us and divide us even more.”
“I’m broken inside for our country just how fast this has accelerated.”