DOJ Makes Stunning Ruling On COVID Vax… WE’RE DOOMED!

The Depart­ment of Jus­tice con­clud­ed in an opin­ion that fed­er­al law doesn’t pro­hib­it pub­lic agen­cies and pri­vate busi­ness­es from requir­ing COVID-19 vac­cines under the Food and Drug Administration’s emer­gency use authorization.

On July 26, the U.S. Depart­ment of Vet­er­ans Affairs, Cal­i­for­nia, and New York City said they would require some of their gov­ern­ment work­ers to get the COVID-19 shot or be test­ed week­ly. Vet­er­ans Affairs, with the move, became the first fed­er­al agency to man­date the vaccine.

The Jus­tice Department’s Office of Legal Coun­sel on July 26 wrote that because access to COVID-19 vac­cines is more com­mon­place, “numer­ous edu­ca­tion­al insti­tu­tions, employ­ers, and oth­er enti­ties across the Unit­ed States” have said they will require some indi­vid­u­als to be vac­ci­nat­ed against the virus as a con­di­tion of employ­ment, par­tic­i­pa­tion, ben­e­fit, ser­vice, or relationship.

“For instance,” it wrote, “cer­tain schools will require vac­ci­na­tion in order for stu­dents to attend class in per­son, and cer­tain employ­ers will require vac­ci­na­tion as a con­di­tion of employment.”

With the Jus­tice Department’s state­ment and the July 26 Vet­er­ans Affairs man­date, it appears to leave the door open for oth­er fed­er­al agen­cies to make COVID-19 vac­cines a require­ment for employees.

Rut­gers Uni­ver­si­ty became the first uni­ver­si­ty to man­date them for both employ­ees and stu­dents ear­li­er this year. And last week, Carnegie Hall in Man­hat­tan announced that it will require audi­ence mem­bers, staff, and per­form­ers to pro­vide proof of vac­ci­na­tion before enter­ing the building.

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