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‘Fraud is a crime’: B.C. doctor pens open letter to people asking for vaccine exemption notes

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COVID-19 vaccine, as well as other vaccine-related questions.In a three-page open letter posted online, Dr. Shane Barclay of the Sun Peaks Community Health Centre near Kamloops wrote, “It is with some dismay that I am even writing this letter,” then went on to say there are very few legitimate reasons why people shouldn’t be vaccinated.And because there are so few reasons, the doctor said, being asked to write a medical exemption letter for a patient who doesn’t meet the criteria amounts to fraud.

820 new cases, 9 deaths and more people in hospital as B.C.’s COVID climb continues “Fraud is a crime. A doctor can be charged, fined and potentially lose their license to practice medicine for fraud,” wrote Barclay.“I can’t speak for other.

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