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Comirnaty and Spikevax now available
Apparently Comirnaty was available to military as of May 20, 2022
Availability of approved Covid-19 “therapeutic” injections has been an issue in our Ohio universities litigation. The Epoch times has a story about availability here. Ohio law prohibits different treatment of injected v. non-injected students when the injections lack full approval. Now, with the shots slowly becoming available, university administrators could possibly treat those injected with the approved shot differently than those injected with the EUA shot or the uninjected. I imagine students that got the unapproved shot would join with the uninjected to protest this discrimination. You can see the filing which revealed the availability of the approved shots here (go to page 29).
This continues a pattern of deliberate confusion around EUA v. Approved shots. For the last year, universities and employers responded with disbelief (feigned?) when we argued Comirnaty and Spikevax were not available. Blind acceptance of the narrative led defendants to assert false statements in hearings and briefings.
With approvals and availability of these unwanted medical treatments, it is more important than ever to pass the constitutional amendment currently circulating. It reads:
Section 22: Medical Right to Refuse
(A) An individual’s right to refuse any medical procedure, treatment, injection, vaccine, prophylactic, pharmaceutical, or medical device shall be absolute.
(B) No law, rule, regulation, person, employer, entity, or healthcare provider shall require, mandate, or coerce any person to receive or use a medical procedure, treatment, injection, vaccine, prophylactic, pharmaceutical, or medical device nor shall they discriminate against the individual who exercises this right.
(C) No other provision of the Ohio Constitution shall impair or limit the rights contained herein.
You can support the Medical Right to Refuse effort by learning more here.