Letters: Spreading trauma | E-prescription law | Half an amendment | Expanding the court | Second Amendment | Bad example

Letters: Spreading trauma | E-prescription law | Half an amendment | Expanding the court | Second Amendment | Bad example

Submit your letter to the editor via this form . Read more Letters to the Editor . Anti-vaxxers traumatize others when they fall ill Those who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine are verifying my long-held conclusion: humans are suicidal, homicidal or both. Of course, those who are medically (not religiously) excused, experience breakthrough infection or are too young get a pass — they already have enough going on, and best wishes to them. Because I’m not running for office, I get to say what’s on my mind. I have had enough of the deniers and vaccine-refusers. The sick and dying are being cared for by exhausted and traumatized medical personnel. What gives the refusers the right to expect heroics from these nurses and doctors? They complain that they’re being insulted by being told what to do. Poor babies. No time? Fear of needles? How about fear of gasping for each breath until the horrible end? Anti-vaxxers: The gene pool marches on with or without you and the friends and family members you are killing. Josefa Sharona Concord E-prescription law will drive doctors away A new law for physicians, AB 2789 , goes into effect on Jan. 1. Prescriptions can no longer be written on paper, but must be transmitted to the patient’s pharmacy electronically by a software program. For solo practitioners, this will be an added cost and a learning curve to deal with. I predict negative unintended consequences including older doctors, like myself, retiring from active practice. Have you […]

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