Why won’t the US medical establishment “believe women”? Covid-19 vaccines do not warn about menstrual disruption

Why won’t the US medical establishment “believe women”? Covid-19 vaccines do not warn about menstrual disruption

As the National Institute for Health (NIH) stated in May 2021: “While anecdotal first person reports of menstrual changes in response to SARS-CoV-2 vaccines exist, these associations, and their long-term consequences, have not been investigated in a rigorous or systematic manner. Clinical trials for the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson SARS-CoV-2 vaccine seem to have collected last menstrual period (LMP) data (to exclude current pregnancies), but have not collected menstrual cycle outcomes post-vaccine.”

Guidance on How To Request a Religious Exemption for COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates in the Workplace

Rutherford Institute | August 13, 2021

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Responding to concerns from employees in both the public and private sector about workplace requirements regarding COVID-19 vaccines and a desire to express their religious objections to such requirements, The Rutherford Institute has issued guidance and an in-depth fact sheet and model letter for those seeking a religious exemption to a COVID-19 vaccine mandate in the workplace.

Guidance on How To Request a Religious Exemption for COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates in the Workplace

When Anthrax vaccine became mandatory for the military in 1998 some refused and left the service + Military anthrax shots caused many reactions, prompted some pilots to quit

When Anthrax vaccine became mandatory for the military in 1998 some refused and left the service

Pentagon statements had noted that about 350 troops refused the anthrax shot between 1998 and 2000; at least 36 of them were “court martialed and hundreds left the service to avoid the vaccine,” the outlet reported. Another 149 service members “were forced out” from 2000 to 2004.

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GAO: Military anthrax shots caused many reactions, prompted some pilots to quit

The survey indicated that 85% of troops who received an anthrax shot had an adverse reaction, a rate far higher than the 30% claimed by the manufacturer in 2000, when the survey was conducted. Sixteen percent of the survey respondents had either left the military or changed their status, at least in part because of the vaccination program.

Is the Government Coming to Your Door this Week to Pressure You to take the COVID Shots? Here is What You Need to Know

Is the Government Coming to Your Door this Week to Pressure You to take the COVID Shots? Here is What You Need to Know

Do your best to record everything that happens when unwelcome visitors decide to violate your 4th Amendment rights by coming on your property to discuss COVID-19 “vaccines” that you have no intention of discussing.

EUA: May Employers and Universities Require COVID-19 Vaccinations?

May Employers and Universities Require COVID-19 Vaccinations?

“At present, there is nothing in federal law that should preclude vaccination requirements for returns to workplaces and campuses.”

Federal law prohibits employers and others from requiring vaccination with a Covid-19 vaccine distributed under an EUA

When the FDA grants emergency use authorization for a vaccine, many questions about the product cannot be answered. Given the open questions, when Congress granted the authority to issue EUAs, it chose to require that every individual should be allowed to decide for himself or herself whether or not to receive an EUA product. The FDA and CDC apparently consider this fundamental requirement of choice important enough that even during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic they reinforced that policy decision when issuing their guidance related to the Covid-19 vaccines.

[2020] You can’t sue Pfizer or Moderna if you have severe Covid vaccine side effects. The government likely won’t compensate you for damages either

You can’t sue Pfizer or Moderna if you have severe Covid vaccine side effects. The government likely won’t compensate you for damages either

You also can’t sue the Food and Drug Administration for authorizing a vaccine for emergency use, nor can you hold your employer accountable if they mandate inoculation as a condition of employment.

In February, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar invoked the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act. The 2005 law empowers the HHS secretary to provide legal protection to companies making or distributing critical medical supplies, such as vaccines and treatments, unless there’s “willful misconduct” by the company. The protection lasts until 2024.

Can your boss make you get a COVID vaccine? Probably

Can your boss make you get a COVID vaccine? Probably

The advent of the vaccines is great news for the country. But it also creates a quandary for employers who are already navigating tricky legal issues related to COVID, such as whether they can require workers to come into the office. In the case of the vaccines, can companies force employees to get a shot?

The short answer is yes. According to Jonathan Segal, a partner at Duane Morris who specializes in employment law, the legal bar for mandatory vaccinations requires showing a “strong business necessity.” And given the nature of the pandemic, companies should be able to clear that bar.

There is also the question of who should pay for am employee to get a COVID vaccine. According to Segal, if the coming vaccine is not free, the law does not obligate employers to pay for the cost of a mandatory shot. Nonetheless, he argues they should do so, both because it is the ethical thing to do and since it will make it easier to ensure compliance. (Meanwhile, some politicians argue the U.S. should pay Americans $1,500 to get one).

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Employers start preparing for the coronavirus vaccine with a question: Can we require it?