Florida has this COVID situation figured out. As we’ve known for quite some time, COVID in one form or another is here to stay, kind of like colds and flus, so we better learn to live with it. Mandates and lockdowns won’t work for the next 100 decades. Florida treats adults like, well, adults. If you’re vulnerable take precautions. If you want to get vaccinated, do it. If you don’t, any risk is yours. Just like everything else in life. In short, be responsible for yourself and your own. Just the way it should be.
The United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas today issued a preliminary injunction, stopping the Department of Defense from punishing military service members who have religious objections to the vaccine mandate. First Liberty Institute filed a federal lawsuit and motion for preliminary injunction on behalf of dozens of U.S. Navy SEALs and other Naval Special Warfare personnel against the Biden Administration and the Department of Defense for their refusal to grant religious accommodations to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Experts say it's just the latest example showing the fallacy in claiming vaccination halts Covid infection or spread: Covid has proven not to be a pandemic of the unvaccinated, as some had claimed.
Lawsuit filed on behalf of Navy SEALs facing intimidation for seeking religious COVID-19 vaccine exemptions
A federal lawsuit is being filed on behalf of dozens of U.S. Navy SEALs seeking religious exemptions from the Defense Department's (DOD) vaccination mandate, claiming the military is infringing upon service members' First Amendment freedoms and intimidating them into getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
Many employers will have to ensure by Jan. 4 that their workers are vaccinated or tested weekly for Covid-19 under a set of new vaccine requirements by the Biden administration that will cover more than 80 million employees.
In swift fashion, more than 20 Governors and/or state attorneys general – all of them Republicans – have announced their plans to not only oppose President Joe Biden’s sweeping jab and COVID-testing requirement on businesses with 100 and more employees, but also to bring near-immediate legal action to block the Biden move.
On Wednesday, an Ohio judge ordered a man to get the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of his probation.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study Friday finding that vaccinated people diagnosed with COVID-19 in a Massachusetts town had nearly the same amount of virus in their bodies as unvaccinated patients. The majority of cases in an outbreak were found to be among the vaccinated.