PLEASE CLICK HERE, Sign the Petition & Forward it through every contact channel you have. #TogetherWeCanStopThis
The push to legalize telemedicine as an emergency under the guise of COVID-19 is very serious and it could be announced any day.
There is now NO Government due process, Police Commissioner Grant Stevens ALONE on the advise of Chief Public Health Officer Associate Professor Nicola Spurrier has the power to make this decision.
This extraordinary power was not given to unelected public servants even in World War 2.
Will you be a VOICE FOR THE VOICELESS and VULNERABLE?
What else you can do to help:
PHONE your local MP and share your concern for women’s health. Choose one or two of the statements below to explain your reasons for concern.
EMAIL and/or send a HAND-WRITTEN LETTER
- Police Commissioner – Grant Stevens
GPO Box 1539, Adelaide SA 5001
- Chief Public Health Officer – Associate Professor Nicola Spurrier
PO Box 287, Rundle Mall Adelaide SA 5000
- Attorney General – Vickie Chapman
GPO Box 464, Adelaide SA 5001
- Premier – Steven Marshall
GPO Box 2343, Adelaide SA 5001
Further information as to why the MEDICAL ABORTION PILL – RU486/MS 2STEP is so dangerous to women’s health:
The TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration)’s official position with regard to the clinical and safety information of mifepristone + misoprostol (MS-2 Step) is detailed in the current approved Product Information (PI) for MS-2 Step —
PRODUCT INFORMATION FOR MS-2STEP:
until follow-up has taken place, the woman remains close to a facility where she can be treated at any moment in case of severe or prolonged bleeding.
Refer to SPECIAL WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
- The risk is too high and counterproductive: 2016 stats for SA Pregnancy Outcomes showed that medical abortion accounted for 82% of all abortion complications. 86% of these required a subsequent medical procedure, hence taking up vitally-needed medical facilities and healthcare workers away from COVID-19 treatment.
- The two most common complications that can become life-threatening are failing to remove the unborn child’s residual body parts with the possibility of sepsis, and hemorrhaging.
- Currently there is NO age restriction and NO parental consent to obtaining an abortion. Parents have to consent to children at high school being provided Panadol, yet this would allow them to be sent without their parents’ knowledge of these high risk abortion pills.
- Without an ultrasound, how can the pregnancy accurately be dated and confirmed it is not an ectopic pregnancy? Life-threatening complications can occur in either scenario, and can ONLY be diagnosed professionally via ultrasound.
- This is NOT emergency healthcare — there is no risk to health that would require utilising much-needed medical equipment and facilities for the virus TO SAVE LIVES.
- This is a PSYCHOSOCIAL issue, that requires SUPPORT for the woman, not emergency medical intervention at this time of national health crisis.
- If domestic violence is suspected, then other intervention is required and PREGNANCY SUPPORT should be provided for the woman.
- This is a global pandemic with thousands of lives at risk, and no other actual ‘real’ health issues are being given this kind of exceptional consideration, many of which could also be the result of domestic violence.
- What about the domestic violence of forcing the woman to get onto the computer and order abortion pills to terminate a pregnancy that she actually wants, but he doesn’t. She is defenceless at home alone with this person. How can coercion be identified and stopped?