The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario is encouraging doctors to offer drugs or psychotherapy to patients who don't want the COVID-19 vaccines.

Covid Psychotherapy

Doctors told to give drugs to people who don’t want COVID vaccines.
The updated guidance provided by the college (CPSO) on Wednesday includes a FAQ section, which gives advice for when patients request a medical exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine.

The answers details how exemptions should be extremely rare. It also suggests patients who don't want vaccines — or endless boosters — require prescription drugs and psychotherapy.


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It is also important that physicians work with their patients to manage anxieties related to the vaccine and not enable avoidance behaviour," the guidance reads.

"For example, for extreme fear of needles (trypanophobia) or other cases of serious concern, responsible use of prescription medications and/or referral to psychotherapy may be available options." [emphasis added]

It's unclear what "other cases of serious concern" might be.

Some Canadians are worried about dying from the vaccines, however rare deaths are. America's VEARS database shows over 30,000 deaths have occurred from the COVID vaccine.


Comment: And just how underreported is VEARS? Some background to the Obama years before mRNA rolled out, and rather revealing in retrospect now:

Federal Register: More mandated vaccines for adults

"There are four key goals they want to establish by 2020 with the NAIP:"
Goal 1: Strengthen [obviously mandate and enforce] the adult immunization infrastructure.

Goal 2:
Improve access to adult vaccines. [Have MDs hound adults to take vaccines like they do parents about kids' vaccines.]

Goal 3:
Increase community demand for adult immunizations. [An interesting remark?]

Goal 4:
Foster innovation [What does that mean and can innovation include more toxins in vaccines than there are now? Could that mean nanoparticles or GMOs?] in adult vaccine development and vaccination-related technologies.[Technologies like getting vaccine patches or embedded RFID chips containing vaccines?]



Others are worried about getting permanent heart damage, as Ontario's Chief Medical Officer even admitted is a concern. Some women are worried about menstrual irregularities.

The CPSO further issued a veiled threat to doctors who may stray from its orders.

"Your comments or actions [on social media] can lead to patient/public harm if you are providing an opinion that does not align with information coming from public health or government."

Earlier this year, 40 doctors from Ontario were under "investigation" for their COVID-19 related decisions that went outside the province's orders.

"At a time when it's never been more important for Ontarians to have confidence in the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, this is unacceptable," said Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliot.

Elliot said these doctors might lose their licenses.


In July, protestors denounced the CPSO's threats and actions. Critics suggest that the CPSO violates doctors' Hippocratic Oath to first do no harm.