Option clinic moves
Picture: Jon Manchester
An substitute wellness clinic that drew awareness previous winter for its “professional-alternative” stance on vaccine mandates has moved.
The place to continues to be unfamiliar.
The Vass Built-in Wellness clinic opened store in the Mustard Seed Clinic developing on 27th Road in January, adjacent to the Vernon courthouse.
The clinic was reportedly operated by Interior Overall health team who experienced shed their work opportunities due to provincial COVID-19 mandates, but organizers refused to focus on any matter linked to the enterprise.
Prior to Christmas, staff at places of work previously mentioned the clinic confirmed that Vass had “packed up and still left.”
They had formerly expressed concern about remaining connected with their neighbour.
The ground ground of the creating stays locked up other than obtain to the elevator, lights are off, and furnishings seems to have been removed. No indication implies a new location.
Earlier this thirty day period, the Vass clinic in Kamloops closed, but the Vass site nevertheless lists Vernon and Kamloops locations.
A team member who picked up the mobile phone in Vernon prior to the holiday seasons verified the 27th Avenue locale experienced shut, but referred any comment on a new place to administration.
The contact was not returned.
Vass charges itself as a “non-earnings member culture bringing wellness without the need of discrimination to all folks.”
Its website uses the slogan: “Placing Our ‘VASS’ On the Line For You!”
A “Vassometer” indicates the group has aided 572 clients or sufferers.
Vass was beforehand involved with the anti-vax group Ezra Wellness.