DOD Memo States Boosters Aren’t Required For Service Members.

According to a newly released memorandum, American troops are urged but not required to take COVID-19 vaccination booster doses. “receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose is not mandatory.” the military warned troops earlier this month in the memo released on Tuesday. A booster dose is not necessary for a person to be deemed completely vaccinated,…

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Court Recognizes Service Member’s Right to Refuse EUA Vaccine Mandates.

The court recognizes the statutory right for military members to refuse a vaccine with only an EUA (Emergency Use Authorization).  The military cannot mandate vaccines that have not been FDA approved. On November 12, the court in the Northern District of Florida considered the requests for emergency relief to pause the Department of Defense COVID-19 vaccine mandate.…

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The Denial Of Religious Exemptions and how To Navigate The Process.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects people from discrimination who belong to traditional, organized religions, such as Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. But not only them. It also protects people who have sincerely held religious, ethical or moral beliefs but do not belong to a traditional, organized religion. Religion is…

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