Medical Freedom Movement Embraces ‘Pure Blood’, Pushes for Patient Rights On Blood Transfusion

A new movement is pushing for the right to choose blood transfusions from non-vaccinated donors. The debate regarding the safety of COVID-19 vaccinations has sparked this trend. The movement calls its followers “purebloods.” While at least 81% of Americans have received at least one COVID vaccine, some people who have refused the vaccine because of safety concerns are worried they will potentially receive vaccine material from blood transfusions if the donor has been vaccinated. This movement is attracting interest from the medical community as it raises concern about the possibility that vaccines might contaminate the body. The medical freedom movement, is now engaging with the issue of blood donation and aims to ensure that a patient’s right to a designated donor is preserved. (TrialSite News/YT)