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Updated 4:18 PM ET, Thu September 23, 2021 Thousands lined up to get vaccinated against Covid-19 at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto in June. Police are looking for a man in Canada they say punched a nurse in the face multiple times, knocking her to the ground after she administered a Covid-19 vaccine to his wife without his permission. On Monday, around 9:15 a.m., a man walked into a Brunet Pharmacy in Sherbrooke, a city in southern Quebec, and accused a nurse in her 40s, who police have not named, of vaccinating his wife, Sherbrooke Police spokesman Martin Carrier told CNN. "Right at the beginning, the suspect was very angry, very aggressive, he asked the nurse why she vaccinated his wife without approval, without his consent," Carrier said. "And he punched her right in the face multiple times so the nurse didn't have the time to defend or explain herself ... and she fell to the ground and the suspect left running out of the drugstore." There are no laws in Canada that say individuals need their spouses' permission to get vaccinated, and it is unclear if his wife had given consent. The nurse was taken to a nearby hospital by ambulance where she was treated for the "multiple injuries to the face" he said.


She said the latest surge of COVID-19 cases has been "hell," and a lot of younger people have died. She said vaccines are not a magical shot that cures all, but they're one of many tools to fight the virus.  "I understand that people want to get back to how things were, but calling something you don't understand the 'mark of the beast' is extreme and harmful," she said.  "I'm exhausted and tired of seeing so many people die, but I will do my damnedest to try and keep my patients alive." Emergency room physician Stephen Smith at Hennepin Healthcare told USA TODAY he hasn't heard the 'mark of the beast' as a reason to not get vaccinated  but a few other outlandish reasons. Smith said one woman brought her child in for a fever and cough, and he explained that the toddler might have COVID-19. When he asked the mother if she had been vaccinated, Smith said her response was "Oh no, that turns you into a zombie."  Other reasons Smith has heard for not getting vaccinated include: not wanting to get microchipped, it's outside their world view, vaccines were developed too fast, they haven't gotten sick, they're not high-risk, they don't trust the government and they read that people have died from the vaccine. "Social media plays a 100% role in the misconceptions about the vaccine," Smith said. "They get all their information off Facebook and get all this garbage. "Anyone who is telling you not to get the vaccine is either lying to you or an idiot or a combination of the two." New COVID-19 variant: What we know about the mu variant and why Fauci is 'keeping a very close eye on it' What we know about the COVID-19 vaccines? Peer-reviewed data has deemed the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines safe, and they demonstrated 94% to 95% effectiveness against the virus, according to a study published in the  New England Journal of Medicine .


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Wehrli But then the comments became endless, and he became overwhelmed. “What they don’t realize is that I’m only one person and I can’t respond to everybody,” he said. “All those messages I was getting was just so draining. A lot of people think it would be fun to be famous, but it can be very overwhelming. It was draining my mental health and taking a toll on me.” He turned off direct messaging to all his accounts. Instead, he pointed commenters toward his website, where they could sign up for paid coaching. Some people were pushy, insisting that he dole out advice for free. Others signed up for sessions. Wehrli helps parents navigate the challenges that come with having children with autism. Whether it be in school or at home, his goal is to draw on his personal experiences to help parents better understand their child. “I would give them my take on what the situation is like in their shoes to help them understand how to connect with their child and what I think they should do to help their child,” he said.