(Rallying Patriots) – Employers all across the country are requiring their employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine or risk being fired. Colleges, hospitals, nursing homes and even places like banks and retailers are demanding employees comply despite the fact that not everyone needs the vaccine.
Aside from the fact that the shots are dangerous and ineffective and nobody should be forced to take them, period, the reality is that those of use who have already had COVID-19 have natural immunity to the virus and do not need to get a shot.
As a matter of fact, it’s downright dangerous for someone who has developed natural immunity to the virus to be injected with the COVID-19 shots. Yet, the Biden regime is pressuring employers from shore to shore to force the jabs on their employees.
New York City has even banned unvaccinated people from indoor spaces.
There is good news, however, for those of us looking to avoid being forced to get the shot in order to stay employed or allowed to be a member of society.
George Mason University professor Todd Zywicki (pictured here) filed a lawsuit claiming that he had developed natural immunity from COVID-19 and therefore should be medically exempt from mandated COVID-19 shots.
The Washington Post reported that lawyers for Zywicki made the announcement of the agreement on Tuesday.
“I am gratified that George Mason has given me a medical exemption to allow me to fulfill my duties this fall semester in light of unprecedented circumstances,” Zywicki said.
“I speak for tens of millions of Americans in the same circumstances I am in, and I call on leaders across the country to develop humane and science-based approaches as opposed to one-size-fits-all policies.”
The lawsuit presented affidavits from Zywicki’s doctor stating that he has natural immunity from the virus after having fully recovered from it. The lawsuit also argues that there is significant scientific evidence backing up the claim that natural immunity from the virus is far superior than the experimental vaccines.
A George Mason University spokesperson refused to give comment on Zywicki’s specific case, citing “state policy regarding personnel information and confidentiality of health information.”
They did, however, state that there would not be any accommodation for those who have developed natural immunity.
“His litigation had no impact on the consideration of his request for a medical exemption from the vaccination requirement,” the spokesman said. “Mason encourages everyone, including those who previously had COVID-19, to get vaccinated, and will continue to take the steps necessary to protect the Mason community from COVID.”
According to an op-ed published Aug. 6 by the Wall Street Journal written by Zywicki, he contracted COVID-19 in the spring of 2020 and this was confirmed with a positive antibody test.
Since his initial antibody test, several more have confirmed his natural immunity with positive results. Zywicki says that he now has a “robust level of immune protection” from COVID-19.
The university’s “coercive mandate,” he wrote, “violates my constitutional right to bodily integrity for no compelling reason.”
The university is currently requiring all students and staff to be vaccinated and those who do not comply must provide a medical or religious exemption.
Zywicki also pointed out in his op-ed that it isn’t just unnecessary for him to get the shots, “it’s potentially dangerous.”
“Covid-recovered individuals have been mostly excluded from the vaccine clinical trials, rendering any claims about the purported safety for this group largely speculative,” he wrote.
If you have already had COVID-19 and are being forced into getting the shots, get an antibody test and lawyer up right away.
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