With all the talk going on lately about the idea of so-called "vaccine passports" it's important to explore where the liability falls should someone be injured by a mandatory or inferred mandatory vaccination. It's been quite clearly articulated that the 1986 Act has protected pharmaceutical companies from liability from vaccine injury and it created a US Government run "vaccine court" where all cases must be fought.
In addition to that, Covid-19 vaccines were clearly being exempt from liability in the "Warp Speed" development and some countries were even supposedly forced to put up collateral to the pharma companies to get their (poison) shots.
So no matter what happens, over 4000 deaths so far, pharma won't be liable. But what about your employer that tells you that you must get one in order to keep your job?
Well OSHA has just spoken on this and it was rather shocking what they said! Hopefully this will put a nail in the coffin of the idea of a vaccine passport...
Question: If I require my employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of their employment, are adverse reactions to the vaccine recordable?
Answer: If you require your employees to be vaccinated as a condition of employment (i.e., for work-related reasons), then any adverse reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine is work-related. The adverse reaction is recordable if it is a new case under 29 CFR 1904.6 and meets one or more of the general recording criteria in 29 CFR 1904.7.
Let's just clarify what all this means legally...
First of all "recorded" basically can be interpreted here as documenting liability which in this case is being referred to as compensated under workers compensation insurance as well as the record of the business. The fact that these injuries *can* be considered a liability under workers comp may mean a whole lot more liability as well as some of these cases make it into the courts.
When you review 29 CFR 1904.6 you'll see that this simply clarifies that a new case is defined as one that has either never been seen before by the individual or if they have seen it before they had completely resolved it entirely with no more symptoms.
The next section (29 CFR 1904.7) that is mentioned goes on to define the type of injury that would be recorded which includes death or any injury that requires days away from work, medical treatment beyond first aid, loss of consciousness, restricted work or transfer to another job, or even "a significant injury or illness diagnosed by a physician or other licensed health care professional.
This comes just as news hits around the U.S. that many corporations are requiring all employees or all "new hires" to be fully vaccinated against covid-19. This of course obfuscates the clear fact that there is no science proving that such so-called vaccines are effective at preventing infection or spread.
ABC News states:
Delta Airlines' mandate that all new hires in the U.S. be vaccinated, unless they qualify for an accommodation, officially went into effect on Monday. With some 91,000 full-time workers, the Atlanta-headquartered airliner became the largest U.S. employer to date that has announced a vaccine mandate for new employees.
The company said it will not be putting in place a company-wide requirement that current employees to be vaccinated, but noted that more than 60% of its employees have already been vaccinated.
"This is an important move to protect Delta’s people and customers, ensuring the airline can safely operate as demand returns and as it accelerates through recovery and into the future," the company said in a statement last Friday. "Vaccines are safe, effective and essential to the future of the airline and our world."
Safe and effective, really? Is that why the CDC's own system which a $1M Harvard Medical review in 2010 estimated was catching only 1% of adverse events from vaccine injury shows 4,057 deaths and 17,190 serious injury events as of 5/7/21!?
That could mean that the real number is 10x to 100x those numbers.
Some people criticize the VAERS system (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) which is where those numbers come from because it doesn't have a way to officially confirm that the injuries are directly a result of a vaccine but in the US it is basically all we have.
Also it's important to note that it is a very difficult system to use, most doctors don't know anything about it, and frankly most cases will NEVER be reported. So to brush it off as "inaccurate" or "unproven" is juvenile and short-sighted in my opinion until we have something better to replace it (which apparently Harvard Medical School tried to create after their review of VAERS in 2010 in the form of an automatic reporting system but CDC literally stopped returning their calls and at that point the project was scrapped. Apparently some factions at the CDC don't want true reporting data about vaccine injury to be reported and easy to access.
Back to the news on this in my area the University of Oregon has just announced a Covid-19 vaccine requirement for all students and faculty:
Over the past couple of weeks, university leadership engaged in broad discussions with a wide variety of experts and stakeholders, including students, faculty, and staff, to develop our policy on COVID-19 vaccinations. We have concluded that to protect the health and safety of our university community and the communities we serve, the University of Oregon will require students, faculty, and staff who will be on campus to be vaccinated prior to the start of the fall 2021 academic term. Individuals will be able to request exemptions for medical and non-medical reasons. The science is clear: the COVID‑19 vaccine effectively eliminates the chances of death or serious illness in nearly all COVID‑19 infections.
Requiring vaccinations is critical for public health. It will help us to reach the highest level of protection possible, reduce infections, limit many of the disruptions of COVID-19, and safeguard the community we live in. It will also allow our campus community to return to the in-person and on-campus experience that is the cornerstone of academic success, student experience, and research innovation.
As with our existing vaccination requirements, under Oregon law, students will be exempted from the vaccination requirement if they have a medical or non-medical reason (e.g., religious, philosophical, or other belief).
At least they are being up front that they are accepting exemptions!
So while the debate continues about the overall legality of forced experimental shots administered under the emergency use authorization when they are NOT FDA Approved, OSHA has now spoken on this issue. In addition to their clarification on the workers compensation injury liability for employers that force their workers to get these shots, the card house may just collapse on bigger liabilities for these employers!
If you are an employee at one of these corporations, or a student at one of these institutions, don't forget you do have rights. These are not approved by the FDA and despite what they keep lying in the media about they are NOT proven safe and effective.
Many people have been and continue to be injured and killed by these shots. At least now we know that someone may be held liable for damage since pharma did such a great job of indemnifying themselves!
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University of Oregon Vaccine Requirement: https://president.uoregon.edu/covid-19-vaccine-requirement
Inspiration Life Site News article: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/employers-may-be-liable-for-any-adverse-reaction-from-mandated-coronavirus-shots-osha