Covid Vaccines are not FDA Approved but have Emergency Use Authorization*.
IVAC is deeply concerned about the Coronavirus shots that have been rushed to market and are currently being mandated by universities, employers, health institutions and government agencies, despite the fact that the FDA has merely granted Emergency Use Authorization. We encourage every individual to become fully informed on the risks/benefits of these experimental shots by evaluating all available information before making any health decision. Coercion is not consent. Unfortunately, information on ingredients, adverse effects, and contraindications is not provided on the blank package inserts and is being withheld from the public. Only after full approval by the FDA will a package insert with this information become available.
*NOTE -Regarding the “FDA Approval”of Covid Vaccines
Note That All Experimental Vaccines Are Still In Clinical Trial So These Are Experimental Products By Legal Definition. Whether You Are Enrolled In The Clinical Trial Or Not Is Immaterial, The Product Is Experimental Until All Clinical Trials Are Completed, Analyzed & Published
.• Pfizer-BioNTech clinical trial is currently scheduled to end May 2, 2023**
• Moderna-NIH clinical trial is currently scheduled to end October 27, 2022.
• Johnson & Johnson clinical trial is currently scheduled to end January 2, 2023.
** Note That FDA Approved A Future Pfizer Product (Comirnaty) That Currently Is Unavailable. As Such, What Is Available Is Still Only Approved Under EUA. • Note That Under 21 U.S. Code § 360bbb–3, Mandating The Use Of Experimental Products Is Prohibited. https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/360bbb-3
Illinois law allows both a medical and a religious exemption to vaccine requirements. The religious exemption can be personal and does not have to be a tenet of a particular faith.
Information on Religious Exemptions can be found at the links below:
K-12 Students: IL Certificate of Religious Exemption
Adults: Statement of Personal Religious Beliefs – If you choose to submit a religious exemption letter to your employer or university, you may use the example below to help you create your own statement.
Sample of Religious Exemption:
To whom it may concern:
Based on my personal religious beliefs, I object to the following vaccination(s), including but not limited to the COVID 19 vaccine. Vaccination violates laws put forth within me by a higher power at the time of conception. Vaccination conflicts with scripture* and my spiritual beliefs. Prayer has made me realize the responsibility God has bestowed on me.*1. Cor. 2:5
Date and keep a copy of the letter.
This is a sample, please use your own words, outlining your own religious belief that is contrary to vaccination. You do not need to quote Christian scripture.
Illinois also has The Health Care Right of Conscience Act that became law 1-1-1998.
Excerpts of this law states:
(e) “Conscience” means a sincerely held set of moral convictions arising from belief in and relation to God, or which, though not so derived, arises from a place in the life of its possessor parallel to that filled by God among adherents to religious faiths;
Sec. 5. Discrimination
It shall be unlawful for any person, public or private institution, or public official to discriminate against any person in any manner, including but not limited to, licensing, hiring, promotion, transfer, staff appointment, hospital, manged care entity, or any other privileges, because of such person’s conscientious refusal to receive, obtain, accept, perform, , assist, counsel, suggest, recommend, refer or participate in any way in any particular form of health care services contrary to his or her connscience.
(Source: P.A. 90-246, eff. 1-1-98.)
Further resources and information on exemptions can be found at the sites below.
University Students (Children’s Health Defense):https://docs.google.com/document/d/10gFXmLsW5XgtVXYAwSLDGeQmZbK3J3U5Xno3cEPLvDI/edit
Military Writ of Prohibition Addressing the Unlawful Trespass on Rights