VACCINE NOTICE OF LIABILITY
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- CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE OF VACCINATION - - AGREEMENT BETWEEN VACCINE PROVIDERS AND VACCINATED PARTY -
Herein the terms “administration” and “administrators” refers to all parties providing and/or “mandating” vaccine services and products including vaccine Manufacturers, Marketers, Lobbyists, Distributors, Hospitals, Clinics, Physicians, Nurses, Government Agents and Agencies, Healthcare Providers, Elected Officials, Enforcement Persons, Agencies and Programs, and all other parties bringing “mandated” vaccines to application or to market in any way. This is agreement between the parties identified herein who on one hand, will receive vaccinations or be affected by the consequences of vaccination including the vaccinated party/ies, their guardians, representatives, and all persons of common interests and, on the other hand, the administrators and providers of the vaccine/s in all the various capacities. Those parties shall be identified at the end of this document.
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DIRECTIVE TO PHYSICIAN & FAMILY
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DIRECTIVE TO PHYSICIANS AND FAMILY OR SURROGATES REGARDING COVID19 or VARIANTS THEREOF AND TREATMENT PROTOCOLS
I, ______________________________, recognize that the best health care is based upon a partnership of trust and communication with my physician. My physician and I will make health care or treatment decisions together as long as I am of sound mind and able to make my wishes known. If there comes a time that I am unable to make medical decisions about myself because of illness or injury, I direct that the following treatment preferences be honored:
If I am diagnosed with COVID 19, a variant or afflicted with an ailment derived thereof, either determined through testing positive or am determined to be presumptively positive as defined by my symptoms. I intentionally and specifically reject the use of Remdesivir or the use of a ventilator as a treatment option or any other treatment method that is being utilized that is resulting in a high injury or death rate.
_____ If treatment is necessary because I have received the COVID19 or any subsequent variant vaccine, I hereby revoke traditional treatment and direct my agent to seek alternative treatment by professionals treating patients and side effects caused by the vaccine.
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RELIGIOUS VACCINE EXEMPTIONS IN THE WORKPLACE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS THE LAW FIRM OF SIRI & GLIMSTAD
What constitutes a religious belief?
Short Answer: Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”) broadly defines “[t]he term ‘religion’ [as] all aspects of religious observance and practice, as well as belief, unless an employer demonstrates that [it] is unable to reasonably accommodate to an employee’s or prospective employee’s religious observance or practice without undue hardship on the conduct of the employer’s business.” 42 U.S.C. § 2000e(j).
Long Answer: The statutory definition of “religion” has been the source of much litigation. The Supreme Court clarified the definition of “religion” by creating a standard for determining whether a belief is religious: “does the claimed belief occupy the same place in the life of the objector as an orthodox belief in God holds in the life of one clearly qualified for exemption?” United States v Seeger, 380 U.S. 163, 184, (1965). In creating this standard, the court aimed to differentiate between religious views (which are covered by the statute) and “essentially political, sociological, or philosophical” ideas (which are not). Id. at 165.