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  • Nationwide Push for Covid Shot.
  • In a radio interview with Jim Schneider, NVIC’s Co-founder and President Barbara Loe Fisher discusses vaccine reaction reports to the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System and COVID-19 vaccine mandates and bullying tactics used to coerce Americans to use experimental COVID-19 vaccines. Ms. Fisher stated that "this is a violation of human rights" and that no one should be "forced to used a medical product,...particularly one that has no liability associated with it" and went on to explain that vaccine makers and providers can not be sued for vaccine injuries and that injuries often cannot be predicted in advance of vaccination. Crosstalk – VCY America Aug. 3, 2021.
  • Vaccine Mandates Prompt Sharp Legal Debate.
  • In the midst of colleges, government and employers requiring vaccination with  experiemental COVID-19 vaccines, NVIC's president and co-founder Barbara Loe Fisher responded that "Bullying and punishing people for exercising the human right to voluntary, informed consent to vaccine risk taking is an abuse of public trust." Voice of America July 17, 2021.
  • Is GMU coercing students and staff to get experimental COVID-19 vaccine?
  • Responding to the discriminatory policy put into place at George Mason University of requiring disclosure of COVID-19 vaccine status for students and staff, NVIC's president and co-founder Barbara Loe Fisher stated “It’s unfortunate that George Mason University has chosen to use coercion and sanctions to deny students and faculty the human right to exercise voluntary informed consent to use of the still experimental, unlicensed COVID-19 vaccines.” Virginia attorney William Olson added "Medical experiments should never have been made mandatory for anyone." Fairfax Times July 2, 2021.
  • Long-term care facilities express concern over 'vaccine hesitancy' among staff.
  • Addressing questions about vaccine hesitancy, NVIC's Executive Director Theresa Wrangham noted that the public shares stories with NVIC about the pressure to vaccinate and/or feeling coerced and stated, “Whether it is the COVID vaccine or the flu shot, the decision to vaccinate should always be voluntary.” She added, “Health care workers and other employees shouldn’t be punished for their vaccination decisions. The decision to vaccinate must be voluntary and free from coercion and sanction.” The article also noted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) vaccines, like COVID-19 vaccines, may be refused, but that there may be consequences for doing that are not specified in the law. Additionally, the article highlighted that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has updated their guidelines on vaccine mandates in the workplace relating to COVID-19 vaccines and noted that while employers can institute vaccine mandate policies, there are also rights conferred to the employee for refusal. Colorado Politics Jan. 13, 2021.
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