Beyond Parody: German Doctors Are Requiring Euthanasia Patients Be Fully Vaxxed First

Brittany M. Hughes | December 5, 2022
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It’s totally OK to hire a doctor to help you off yourself over in Germany - just make sure you’re vaxxed first.

In a move that really makes you go, “Huh??”, German doctors are now turning away euthanasia requesters who aren’t up to date on their COVID vaccines - because apparently, if you want to kill yourself, you could first make sure you’re jabbed against a virus that can…well, kill you.

Sounds a little counter-productive, but OK.

“As European countries battle to limit the spread of the virus, Verein Sterbehilfe – the German Euthanasia Association – has issued a new directive, declaring it will now only help those who have been vaccinated or recovered from the disease,” The Spectator explains.

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While the doctors don’t seem to be too concerned with whether the patient themselves has COVID - they are, after all, trying to help you exit the planet stage left - the rub seems to be that they don’t want to catch the bug while helping Aunt Helga suicide herself, despite the fact that the vaccine they’re requiring their death patients to take supposedly keeps people from experiencing the severe COVID symptoms the doctors are afraid of.

A vaccine that, to remind, also doesn't actually keep people from passing COVID back and forth, meaning the vaccinated patient can still get - and give to their doctor - the virus, regardless of being jabbed. 

So remember: if you're trying to take yourself out and want a German doctor to help you do it, just make sure you've got your COVID passport handy before you head to the hospital so they can make sure you're healthy before sending you sailing off to the afterlife. And maybe hang on to it afterward, too - at this rate, they're probably checking them at the Pearly Gates.

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