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Henry Ford Being Sued by Employees Due to COvid-19 Vaccine

Fifty-one hospital employees, the majority of whom are registered nurses, have sued Henry Ford Health System, claiming that requiring personnel to get vaccinated against COVID-19 is illegal. According to the lawsuit, which was filed Monday in federal court in Detroit, the Mandate forced Plaintiffs to choose between exposing themselves to probable harm or death or abandoning their employment in health care.

The employees are requesting that the court declare the requirement unenforceable and halt the mandate, which is set to take effect on Friday, September 10. They claim that the health-care system exposes employees to a “significant risk of bodily damage.” According to the lawsuit, Henry Ford has no compelling interest that warrants mandatory immunisation because the “new” injections have been found to be “ineffective, cause harm, and death.”

The case is based on unconfirmed data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, as well as a declaration from a Nebraska doctor whose views are far from common. She refers to the vaccines as experimental mRNA gene therapy, which is incorrect. The mRNA vaccines were licenced for emergency use by the US Food and Drug Administration, and they were held to the same safety and effectiveness requirements as other vaccinations in the country.

They don’t change DNA; instead, they instruct cells how to manufacture a protein, or perhaps a portion of protein, that activates the immune system. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, despite the fact that the vaccinations are new, experts have been studying and working with mRNA vaccines for decades.

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