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A Complete Guide: How Americans Can Avoid COVID Shots Mandate

As many conservative commentators on Twitter are pointing out, over the course of 18 months, “15 days to slow the spread” turned into “two shots to feed your family.”

And you’re probably completely aware of how fast time flies along with empty promises.

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Here, at your glance, are some pretty handful resources on how to avoid mandatory vaccination inside the USA.

Military

Here is what Children of God for Life says about military vaccine exemptions:

Military personnel in active duty may or may not be allowed an exemption depending on permission granted by the Commanding Officer. However, military dependents are allowed religious exemptions. Click here to access the Military Dependent Children Vaccine waiver form.

Priests

“atholics who can’t get a medical exemption may well need to find another job. Priests are in a particularly difficult situation. Priests can contact LifeSiteNews or attempt to use one of the below resources if they are trying to avoid being jabbed.”

Most Other People

Options for avoiding an employer- or university- mandated vaccine are: obtain a medical exemption, obtain a religious exemption, ask for accommodation (like being allowed to work from home if one works for a small company), or sue.

State law matters: Employees will have much recourse if they live in a state like Florida, rather than New York, Oregon, or California. Fourteen Republican governors have said they will push back against Biden’s vaccine edict. Meanwhile, Montana law actually prohibits proof of coronavirus vaccination as a condition of employment. How will that work for huge companies like Amazon or Walmart?

Medical Exemptions

“If you have a contraindication to the coronavirus vaccine or are seeking a medical exemption based on the previous infection and thus natural immunity to the coronavirus, the easiest way to file a medical exemption is by getting a trusted doctor to write one for you.

Pregnant women, those with allergies to vaccine ingredients, people who went into anaphylactic shock or had a similar adverse reaction after their first coronavirus vaccine dose are also likely to seek medical exemptions.”

For further advice, you can always visit.

https://lc.org/exempt
Liberty Council urges people not to copy the text of their sample letters verbatim but let them serve as a “guide only.”

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A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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