Employers cannot require employees to take any of the covid vaccines

Ever since the Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization for two new vaccines, employers, schools, and other organizations are grappling with whether to require Covid-19 vaccination.

While organizations are certainly free to encourage their employees, students, and other members to be vaccinated, federal law provides that, at least until the vaccine is licensed, individuals must have the option to accept or decline to be vaccinated.

Knowing what an organization can or cannot do with respect to Covid-19 vaccines can help them keep their employees, students, and members safe and also save the them from costly and time-consuming litigation.

Federal law prohibits employers and others from requiring vaccination with a Covid-19 vaccine distributed under an EUA

UPDATE: Biden launches $10M ad campaign to push coronavirus vaccine propaganda

This “campaign” is immoral because the vaccine is experimental. The government has no authority to herd citizens toward participation in a medical experiment. The fist line of the Nuremberg Code states unambiguously: The voluntary [informed] consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.

4 thoughts on “Employers cannot require employees to take any of the covid vaccines

  1. This is true, but freedom begins within a person. If you read Natal Shiransky’s book, Fear No Evil, about a Jewish dissident who survived the KGB, being placed in the gulag for 9 nears, that becomes clear.

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