Kildare GP linked sickness to carrying facemask, affected person claimed

Kildare GP linked illness to wearing facemask, patient claimed

A Co Kildare GP who was suspended by the Medical Council after he did not refer sufferers for Covid-19 exams is alleged to have advised a affected person with chest complaints that his signs have been attributable to his facemask, a Excessive Court docket judgment exhibits.

Ms Justice Mary Irvine of the Excessive Court docket final month granted an software by the Medical Council to droop Dr Gerard Waters, a GP on the Whitethorn Clinic in Celbridge, following allegations surrounding the Covid-19 vaccine and adherence to public well being measures.

The Excessive Court docket printed its judgment in full on Thursday following an extra software by the Medical Council.

The judgment exhibits Dr Waters refused to manage Covid-19 vaccines on the idea he was a “conscientious objector”, however that he didn’t take steps to refer sufferers to different medical doctors.

The matter was dropped at the eye of the Medical Council by a affected person of Dr Waters who stated he attended his clinic when he suspected he could also be affected by a chest an infection.

Whereas ready within the ready space, the complainant observed a photocopied pamphlet with the title “No pandemic killing us”.

Having begun his session with Dr Waters, the complainant stated he “was handled to a barrage of nonsense concerning the ‘hoax that’s Covid-19’” and that “the State and the Authorities are scamming the folks”.

Moreover, Dr Waters was stated to have suggested the complainant that the carrying of masks was inflicting sickness.

Moreover, Dr Waters handed him photocopied pages with fatality numbers, from Eire and Italy, bar charts exhibiting the ages of victims and all in an effort to persuade him that Covid-19 is a hoax, the judgment says.

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