Everyday there are more news stories about schools and universities requiring the COVID-19 injection for enrollment and attendance. A key issue with the requirement of any vaccine or shot is the lack of liability. Often, employers don’t realize that pharmaceutical companies have been given immunity from liability for these medical interventions. The NCVIA (National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act) of 1986 shielded manufacturers of vaccines on the CDC’s childhood schedule from liability due to injury caused. In addition, COVID-19 injection manufacturers are also protected.
Corey Lynn of Corey’s Digs for The Solari Report shared the following:
In the U.S., the provisions of the 2005 Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act and a February 2020 declaration by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) mean that pharmaceutical companies cannot be held liable for injuries or deaths caused by the Covid-19 injections.1However, other institutions and individualscanbe held liable. This form is designed as a tool that students and their families can use to provide this critical information to colleges and universities, and to insist on a signature from the school’s representative that holds the college or university liable if the student should decide to accept the required experimental Covid-19 injection.
This student form is a great way to begin discussions with schools about any COVID-19 injection requirements. It can be used to educate them and advocate for yourself. Read the entire article here.