Vaccination warrant for many New York workers blocked by judges
Many New Yorkers can keep their jobs and won’t be required to get the COVID vaccine. For the moment.
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On Tuesday, a New York federal judge issued a temporary restraining order regarding vaccination warrants for medical workers. Judge David Hurd in Utica has ruled that the vaccination mandate cannot be imposed on healthcare workers seeking a religious exemption.
A lawsuit filed by 17 medical workers claimed their rights were violated by a warrant of vaccination without exemption.
“The same frontline healthcare workers hailed as heroes by the media for treating COVID patients before vaccines were available, including the complainants here, are now vilified by the same media as the outcasts who must be excluded from society until they are vaccinated against their will, “says the lawsuit, according to ABC. “(COVID vaccines) violate their religious beliefs, are clearly not as effective as promised, and carry obvious known and growing risks of serious and even potentially fatal side effects.”
New York State recently required all healthcare workers to be vaccinated by September 27. Judge Hurd has ruled that New York State has until September 22 to respond to his ruling.
Governor’s press secretary Kathy Hochul said the state is exploring all legal options.
“Governor Hochul is doing everything in her power to protect New Yorkers and fight the Delta variant by increasing vaccination rates statewide. Requiring the vaccination of healthcare workers is essential in this battle ”, Hazel Crampton-Hays noted.
Hours later, a New York state judge temporarily barred New York City from requiring education workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Judge Laurence L. Love announced that unions on both sides could argue in court on September 22.
“While we believe our members should get vaccinated, we don’t think it should be a condition of employment,” said District Council 37 executive director Henry Garrido. New York Post. “Clearly, the courts agree. The fight is not over, but we are energized by this decision and ready to continue on behalf of our members. “
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