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Millions are being threatened with losing their livelihoods or education, or being marginalized in society unless they get the Covid vaccine. Celeste McGovern examines your legal rights to refuse

Dr Julie Ponesse’s most memorable lesson to her students must have been her farewell video that went viral this September before it was banned by Internet censors.

“Today I am going to teach you a short lesson on the universally accepted ethics of coercing people into medical procedures,” the Canadian professor of ethics at Western University began.1 

“My employer has just mandated that I must get a vaccine for Covid-19,” Ponesse said. “If I want to keep working at my job as a professor, I have to take this vaccine. Here’s my conundrum: My school employs me to be an authority on the subject of ethics. I hold a PhD in ethics and ancient philosophy. And I’m here to tell you it’s ethically wrong to coerce someone to take a vaccine. If it happens to you, you don’t have to do it.”

Ponesse explained that she was facing “imminent dismissal after 20 years on the job, because I will not submit to having an experimental vaccine injected into my body.” 

She had taken plenty of vaccines before, but never under coercion, she said in her post—which YouTube deleted within 12 hours—and never with such concerns about the safety of the jab. 

Myocarditis is one unexpected safety signal that has emerged just months into the global Covid shot rollout, along with lethal blood clotting disorders, the paralyzing neurological condition Guillain-Barré syndrome, and face-paralyzing Bell’s palsy. These are among the more than 700,000 reports of adverse events logged with the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) including nearly 15,000 deaths, 19,000 permanent disabilities and more than 60,000 hospitalizations. 

Doctors had reported 812 cases of myocarditis in Canada, most in people under 30, by September 24.2 

But the safety question was only one of Ponesse’s problems with the shots. “There are questions about how well they work. Nobody’s promising that I won’t get Covid or transmit Covid if I get the vaccine,” she said. Indeed, more than 10,000 “breakthrough cases” of Covid had occurred among fully vaccinated Americans back in April, when the CDC announced it would no longer be counting cases in the vaccinated unless they led to hospitalization or death.  

In Israel, when vaccine protection began failing and the nation introduced its third ‘booster’ shot, new breakthrough cases among the triple-vaccinated began appearing almost immediately. 

From conspiracy to reality

Hundreds of millions of people worldwide are being backed into a corner like Ponesse, ordered to submit to one or more Covid injections or lose their jobs, forfeit their education, and be barred from society if they don’t comply.

Digital vaccine passports, dismissed as conspiracy theory in 2020, are the reality in 2021 in cities from Melbourne and Tel Aviv to Toronto and New York. In Ontario, Canada, you can’t even attend a family member’s funeral if you can’t prove you’ve had two experimental injections.

Hundreds of colleges and universities are harassing students with notifications that they are not welcome on campus if they are unvaccinated.

Churches are even more exclusive. The Vatican itself is treating those skeptical of the mass injection rollout like lepers, barring their entrance without a vaccine passport or a negative Covid test.3 

In fact, the unvaccinated are worse than heathens for some churches. Entire diocese like the one in Moncton, New Brunswick, are telling parishioners to forget about baptisms, weddings, even bingo, unless they’ve been “fully” vaccinated—the meaning of which will be in constant flux as booster shots three, four and five come into play.4

Israel was the first to introduce a vaccine identity card—the Green Pass—that allows people to access public venues such as restaurants and beaches. A medical apartheid system rapidly emerged in the country.5 President Joe Biden followed suit on September 9 when he declared that all American employers with more than 100 employees would soon be required to force those employees to receive Covid injections or face mandatory testing.

For federal employees, contractors and any healthcare workers at federally funded facilities, the testing option was removed and religious and medical exemptions not mentioned.

From experimental to mandatory

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) “approval” of Pfizer’s vaccine in August was based on only six months’ data from clinical trials that are not scheduled to be complete until May 2023. The vaccines are all still in phase III clinical trials, which makes them, by definition, experimental.6

Since drugs given only emergency use authorization may not be mandated, the FDA rammed Pfizer’s vaccine through to make the experimental shots seem not-so-experimental.

As soon as Pfizer’s $33 billion blockbuster injections got the FDA stamp of approval, a tsunami of companies issued vaccine mandates. The same day as the approval, the Pentagon announced it would be requiring all US troops to get vaccinated, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that all public school workers in the city must be vaccinated by September, without the option of regular testing.

“If you’re a business leader, a nonprofit leader, a state or local leader who has been waiting on FDA approval to require vaccinations, I call on you now to do that; require it,” Biden declared. “Do what I did last month: call on your employees to get vaccinated or face strict requirements.”

It didn’t take long for other governments to follow. On September 18, the Italian government mandated that all private and public sector employees show proof of vaccination, a negative test or a recent recovery from infection and stipulated that private-sector employees without a vaccine “green pass” will not receive a salary starting October 15. Since March, when Italy ordered health workers to get vaccinated or face suspension, 728 doctors have been suspended, according to the Italian doctors’ federation.

A similar measure in France came into effect in September. Health Minister Olivier Veran said around 3,000 health workers had been suspended, but some 300,000 healthcare workers remained unvaccinated.7

Unresolved safety concerns

Many unexpected health concerns have emerged just months into the global Covid shot rollout, including myocarditis, lethal blood clotting disorders, the neurological condition Guillain–Barré syndrome, and face-paralyzing Bell’s palsy. In all, more than 700,000 reports of adverse events have been logged with the US Vaccine Event Reporting System (VAERS)including nearly 15,000 deaths, 19,000 permanent disabilities and more than 60,000 hospitalizations

Defending our rights

Across the world, governments and businesses are imposing vaccine mandates. The only way to fight back is for individuals to stand up to protect their rights to have their own deeply held convictions and to make their own medical decisions. 

Tactics differ across countries and regions depending on the statutes in place. Currently, the vaccine passports are shifting rapidly as employers, schools and public venues adapt their policies to pushback. If there is no pushback, they will only advance. 

Although we cannot predict the consequences of sending any letter, notice of liability or exemption claim, we have heard of many favorable responses in situations where employers backpedaled on requirements, schools relaxed draconian edicts or expanded options to students after receiving notices, and even where suspended employees were reinstated after simply issuing a letter from a lawyer reminding the employer of their client’s rights. 

Though illegal and unethical, vaccine diktats also violate various countries’ and regions’ own human rights acts and constitutions; they all violate international codes as well. 

The Nuremberg Code—considered one the most important documents in the history of medical ethics—was drafted after the atrocities of medical experimentation on Jews in World War II. Its first principle is that “voluntary consent” of people to any medical procedure is “absolutely essential.” It states people must have the legal capacity to give consent, without any form of constraint or coercion, and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the risks in order to freely consent.8 

Article 6 of UNESCO’s Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights states, “Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on adequate information.”9 

Certainly having your career, livelihood and ability to participate in society threatened would nullify any idea of “free and informed consent.”

Here, we provide resources with websites, sample legal notifications and template letters for students and employees in three main regions: the UK and Europe, the US and Canada. Each of these regions and the countries, states or provinces within them may have their own distinct Covid regulations, but many of the concepts apply universally and could be adapted to specific local regulations. 

We urge you to consider your options carefully and construct your own response. 

Options for Americans

The divide between “red” and “blue” states in the US has never been so apparent. While support for mandates is high among Democrats, just 30 percent of Republicans support the measures. By mid-September, 24 Republican state attorney generals had vowed to take legal action against the Biden administration for its “disastrous and counterproductive” vaccine mandate.

“Mr. President, your vaccination mandate represents not only a threat to individual liberty, but a public health disaster that will displace vulnerable workers and exacerbate a nationwide hospital staffing crisis, with severe consequences for all Americans,” their joint letter reads. 

Florida’s Republican governor Ron DeSantis was one of the first governors to issue an executive order in April, banning “vaccine passports, vaccine passes or other standardized documentation for the purpose of certifying an individual’s Covid-19 vaccination status to a third party.” At least 10 other states have similar bans or partial bans preserving medical privacy. 

For huge corporations like Amazon, Walmart and Costco trying to install company-wide mandates with employees in many states, this is a formidable barricade. But for many individuals working in smaller businesses in pro-mandate states like New York and California, resisting government and corporate vaccine edicts is harder—but not impossible.

Generally in the US, employees or students being mandated a vaccine have three options: obtain an exemption to the requirement, ask for accommodation (such as requesting to work from home) or sue. These strategies can apply to other countries as well when adapted to local statutes.

Do not quit

The advocacy group America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) has advised citizens who are being pressured to get vaccinated to not quit their job under pressure. “Make your boss fire you and do not sign anything or agree to anything that says otherwise,” they advise. “Do not agree with ‘voluntary resignation.’ If you are fired, you are eligible for unemployment. Anything else and you are not.” 

“If you are fired, you place the costs back on them, and you get or you fight for unemployment benefits. Let them experience the burden associated with their choices.”

AFLDS advises people to use all government tools and resources for the unemployed including the CDC’s rent relief mandates.10 

“You have rights. You just need to assert them,” according to the Chicago-based Thomas More Society, a not-for-profit, national public interest law firm that has published guidelines for people seeking exemptions to vaccines. Exemptions do not protest the mandate itself, but give individuals a way around it. There is a possibility the exemption may be rejected, but that gives an employee grounds for other defensive tactics including a lawsuit or civil rights complaint.11 

Religious exemptions

“You should request a religious accommodation even if you do not believe it will be granted,” advises the Thomas More Society. With a few exceptions (such as for work in a religious ministry), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits religious discrimination in most employment situations. That means employers must recognize and accommodate employees’ religious beliefs if doing so does not impose an undue burden upon the employer. 

Most states (44 states and Washington, DC) accept religious objections to vaccines. To see if your state is included, check here: This legislation also applies to school-age children; however, depending on the state, religious exemptions may not apply to all pediatric immunizations.

Most colleges also permit religious exemptions to shot mandates. Be careful to ask the administration to provide proof in writing of this before you sign up or pay tuition fees.

According to the Thomas More Society, other non-discrimination policies may also protect students against discrimination based on religious beliefs. Students in public universities are protected by the First Amendment’s free exercise clause of religion, for example.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (the agency that enforces Title VII of the Civil Rights Act) has issued guidance for employers about the meaning of “religion” in the context of employment. Your religion does not necessarily reflect that of the church you attend; it is a statement of your sincerely held beliefs. 

For example, many people are opposed to the fact that all available Covid vaccines and those to come for the foreseeable future have used cells from aborted babies in their manufacture or testing.12 

Whether or not your church or pastor holds the same belief as you, this is a valid reason for refusing a vaccine, similar to an Orthodox Jew refusing an injection containing non-Kosher ingredients.

Religious exemptions are not statements of philosophical positions, such as explaining why you believe Pope Francis is wrong about such-and-such or the correct interpretation of scriptures, etc. It should be a relatively brief, personal statement of your beliefs and their basis. 

A “pastor verification letter,” like the one Liberty Counsel (an international nonprofit litigation, education and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom) provides as a free template on its website, is not necessary, but it may be helpful (see box, right). 

Religious accommodations must be “reasonable, and not constitute an undue hardship on the employer or institution,” says Liberty Counsel. If your company or school was able to accommodate you in 2020, before the Covid shots were available, it is not “undue hardship” to accommodate you now.

If the Covid shots are as effective as they are advertised to be, it can be argued that it is not an undue hardship for vaccinated coworkers to work with unvaccinated individuals, as those who have received the shots are protected.

US resources for religious exemptions

There are many reasons that you may oppose the vaccines on the grounds of your convictions. Dozens of websites offer advice and sample letters of religious exemption for employees and students from a wide range of perspectives including Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Organizations with free information include:

Children’s Health Defense. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s organization has been battling mandates and fighting to preserve individual medical freedom rights for years. Its website has information for military, students and employees.

America’s Frontline Doctors. AFLDS provides exemption forms and notices specific to firefighters, city workers, airline pilots and more.

The Liberty Counsel offers guidance concerning religious exemptions for members of several faiths, as well as legal advice.

Orthodox Ethos, an Orthodox Christian organization, has compiled a list of resources for people of many faiths seeking vaccine exemption on either a religious or medical basis.

The Founding Freedoms Law Center, the legal arm of the faith-based Family Foundation of Virginia, has sample forms and letters for students and employees.

The National Catholic Bioethics Center has assembled resources and religious exemption template letters.

Medical exemptions

Pregnant and nursing women, people who are allergic to an ingredient in available vaccines, those who have had a previous reaction to a vaccine or a previous Covid infection or even those who suffer from autoimmune disease may want to get a doctor or nurse practitioner to write them a medical exemption letter.

If you are one of the hundreds of thousands of Americans who has reported an adverse event to VAERS, from a heart condition to blood clots to facial paralysis or seizures, or you are one of those who had a reaction that wasn’t reported, insist that your doctor or pharmacist give you a record. Photograph skin reactions and swelling, document any ill effect and keep your medical records. These can be used to augment exemption requests, if necessary, as booster shot after booster shot mandate comes down the line.

Pregnancy and nursing

White House medical advisor Anthony Fauci advised pregnant and breastfeeding women to take the experimental Covid-19 shots in an August interview, saying it’s “not only safe, but it’s a good idea . . . you should know that you’re doing something positive to protect the baby.” he said.13 

It’s a grossly cavalier statement considering that all Covid vaccines in use are still in phase III clinical trials, and none have been approved for infants—the most drug-susceptible humans on the planet. 

A legal letter to an employer reminding them of horrible historical medical tragedies where ‘approved’ medicines, like thalidomide and diethylstilbestrol (DES), resulted in disasters may be useful. Thousands of babies born to women who took thalidomide died or were born with severe limb deformities and distorted organs. In the case of DES, the side-effect of vaginal and cervical cancer was not discovered until the infant girls who were exposed in utero reached reproductive age.

VAERS reports contain numerous descriptions of nursing infants becoming ill and at least two reports of babies dying after their mothers received Covid vaccine injections.14 

Simply issuing an employer a notice of liability may be helpful in obtaining an exemption.

Natural immunity

An estimated 20–30 percent of Americans (65 to 80 million people) are believed to have had Covid already. Requiring them to be vaccinated defies accepted immunology about protection after natural infection, which is far more robust and enduring than the waning vaccine efficacy requiring endless booster doses.15 

In a preprint study by Pennsylvania immunologist Hooman Noorchashm looking at nine clinical studies comparing vaccinated individuals to those with previous infection, all the studies found “at least statistical equivalence” between the protection of full vaccination and natural infection, and three studies found “superiority of natural immunity.”16 

In fact, a national analysis of Covid data in Israel found that vaccinated Israelis were 6.72 times more likely to get infected after the shot than after natural infection.17 

Preliminary evidence also suggests that people with prior Covid infection are more likely to have adverse reactions to Covid shots.18 

Natural immunity beats vaccination

In Israel, a nation-wide analysis of Covid infection rates found that vaccinated Israelis were 6.72 times more likely to get infected after the shot than after natural infection


A study of American healthcare workers reported that “severe reactions consistent with anaphylaxis occurred at a rate of 2.47 per 10,000 vaccinations” or about one in every 4,050 doses.19 

People with known allergies to Covid vaccine ingredients such as polyethylene glycol (PEG), found in both the Moderna and Pfizer shots, should seek an exemption. A September 2021 study reported that among 22 people who suffered anaphylactic reactions to Covid shots in one US hospital network, all but one had negative skin prick tests for allergy, but 10 of 11 (91 percent) had positive basophil activation test (BAT) results to PEG and 11 of 11 (100 percent) had positive BAT results to their administered mRNA vaccine. 

The BAT is a functional measure of how a person’s blood cells—specifically the basophils responsible for acute allergic reactions including anaphylaxis—respond to a potential allergen. The researchers concluded that “women and those with a history of allergic reactions appear to have an elevated risk of mRNA vaccine allergy.”20 

Other studies have found that PEG allergy often overlaps with an allergy to polysorbate, an ingredient in the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson injections.21 

The CDC warns people against taking shots with ingredients they are known to have had reactions to in the past.22 If an employer or public health official tells you not to worry about your attack of breathlessness or blistering rash after your first dose or that your negative skin prick test says you are fine to take another shot, tell them they’re wrong and seek an exemption.

A number of the US websites listed in the box on page 31 can also help with a medical exemption.  If you have been denied an exemption and want to take legal action, America’s Frontline Doctors is one agency that can help connect you with a lawyer in your state.23 

If you are in the EU and UK

Many of the strategies above apply to the United Kingdom and elsewhere, but the relevant British laws are different. “It is an established principle in English Law that an individual with the capacity to consent cannot and should not be compelled to have any medical treatment against their wishes,” states Lawyers for Liberty, an independent British organization of lawyers and members of the judiciary whose vision is to restore the balance of power that once existed between citizens and the state.24 

The organization cites the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act of 1984 (section 45E), which states that Regulations made under that Act “may NOT include provision requiring a person to undergo medical treatment . . . ‘Medical treatment’ includes vaccinations and other prophylactic treatment” as support for the idea that vaccination should never be mandated for employment or services.

In Europe, governments are well underway with mandates for healthcare workers and vaccine passports, despite the fact that on January 27, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe passed Resolution 2361 (2021), in which it stated governments should: “Ensure that citizens are informed that the
vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is politically, socially, or otherwise pressured to get themselves vaccinated if they do not wish to do so” (Paragraph 7.3.1).

The Resolution also states that governments should “ensure that no one is discriminated against for not having been vaccinated due to possible health risks or not wanting to be vaccinated” (Paragraph 7.3.2).

The General Data Protection Regulation  2016/679 is an EU law on data protection and privacy in the European Union that includes the UK. It also prohibits the transfer of personal data outside the EU and its economic partner areas. Therefore, it should be illegal for information about an individual’s vaccine status to be shared without their consent.

However, the British government is currently in consultation to decide whether or not to mandate Covid vaccines for frontline workers and those in care homes.25 It has flip-flopped on the idea of introducing vaccine passports and has now adopted the EU Digital Covid Certificate that “should make traveling in Europe easier” and would “also enable the Government to quickly launch a domestic vaccine passport system” if it wanted to in the next few months. 

For now, the system leaves open the option of individuals taking Covid tests or having evidence of natural immunity in lieu of passports.26 Liberty Human Rights ( has a good summary of your legal rights about vaccine passports and offers free advice.

For those who may see “no jab/no job” regulations as a likely eventuality, Lawyers for Liberty, a volunteer group of lawyers and members of the judiciary who defend human rights, provides template letters for employers and schools ( 

Another British group with a wealth of information and resources for resisting the push for mandates is the United Kingdom Medical Freedom Alliance ( They have template letters for people who have been denied medical treatment for lack of vaccination in the public health system and for vaccine mandates at schools.27 

UK and EU vs. US “no jab, no job” orders differ

In the US, huge companies from Walmart to Google and Facebook have ordered some or all of their employees to receive experimental Covid-19 vaccines before entering work premises. 

Since Joe Biden pronounced that all companies with more than 100 employees issue vaccine demands, millions of Americans have found themselves being coerced into the shots to keep their jobs.

Employers in the UK have not issued similar diktats and have generally tread lightly on employee rights to privacy, with most firms viewing vaccine status as private medical information.

Charlie Mullins, the founder of Pimlico Plumbers, stoked controversy in January when he said he would introduce a “no jab, no job” policy for its 400 employees. The company’s lawyers would have to draft new contracts for employees since the existing contracts don’t mention injections. Mullins repeated that every employee would be required to get the shots by January 1, 2022, but then recently sold the company, leaving question marks about his draconian policy.

Bloomsbury, the publisher behind Harry Potter, also informed its UK staff they need to receive two Covid injections before being permitted to return to company offices or they would be forced to work from home as in lockdown. 

The company would have to prove that this demand of getting an experimental injection was a “reasonable request” and also overcome the hurdle of demanding employees reveal such sensitive “personal data.” It could find itself facing charges of breach of contract or wrongful dismissal and in violation of EU General Data Protection Regulation guidelines.

For now, most companies are avoiding the conflict with employees. Only NHS healthcare workers in Britain are facing vaccine mandates. An administrative court in France handed down a precedent-setting decision on October 4 that could impact unvaccinated healthcare workers in the UK as well.

The court of Cergy-Pontoise ruled a hospital that suspended a caregiver due to her unvaccinated status and put her on leave must reinstate the worker and pay her back wages for lost employment. 

“This is an encouraging decision for all caregivers placed in this position,” according to French online news service The Strategist Courier.1 

Lawyers have suggested this decision could open floodgates of claims by thousands of unvaccinated healthcare workers who have been suspended from work in France, where more costly temporary workers have been hired to replace them.

Paris lawyer Maître Maud Marian provided an adaptable template letter to the Courier to allow those seeking compensation to enforce the Cergy-Pontoise ruling.  

For Canadians

Each province in Canada is implementing its own regulations for vaccine passports and encouraging businesses and schools to do the same. All these mandates are ultimatums that violate Canada’s constitution and international human rights law.

Enshrined in the Canadian Constitution is the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which guarantees Canadians’  “fundamental freedoms” including freedom of conscience, religion, belief expression and association, among others. All provincial and employee vaccine mandates are unconstitutional and violate the Charter.

It is also prohibited under the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act of Canada to require someone to take a genetic test as a condition of their employment or of providing goods or services to that individual, and some have argued that the PCR test for Covid-19 is such a test. 

It is also prohibited for any person to collect, use or disclose the results of a genetic test without an individual’s written consent. Anyone involved in contravening this law is liable to up to five years in jail and a $1,000,000 fine.

“In Canada, people have a right to decide what medical treatment they receive or do not receive,” states the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom (JCCF).

The JCCF calls vaccine passports “unthinkable” and a “profound violation of peoples’ constitutional rights.”

It’s also the view of many lawyers that vaccine mandates against Canadian employees are illegal and constitute wrongful dismissal. Detailed legal correspondence with your employer will help prove an unjust dismissal case.

Acceptance of exemptions, both medical and religious, varies widely across schools and businesses. Some places offer a simple process to provide a religious exemption to vaccination; others offer the alternative of testing every few days or weekly. 

Some require a signature from a cleric or doctor, and some simply require a statement of your personal convictions. Many indigenous colleges such as those in Alberta fall completely outside of the vaccine mandate laws.

Where to go for help in Canada

A number of Canadian organizations are tackling egregious rights violations and assisting people with fighting vaccine mandates at jobs and schools. These include:

The Canadian Constitutional Rights Centre, under constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati, is challenging several Canadian Covid restrictions in court.

Action4Canada, which is also participating in the court action, offers numerous template letters and notices of liability to send to employers, schools and governments enforcing unconstitutional mask and vaccine mandates.

Vaccine Choice Canada is taking part in the legal challenge as well, and their website has a wealth of information on vaccines, injuries and Canadian citizens’ rights. It also provides a downloadable PDF written by Canadian doctors with detailed useful information.

The Calgary-based Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom also provides information and template letters for employees and students in Canada. 

Children’s Health Defense, Canadian chapter, provides a trove of information for college and university students regarding mandated vaccinations. CHD Canada also provides a Liability Notice form that can be used for educational and professional settings.

Liberty Coalition Canada provides information and a letter from its chief litigator, James Kitchen, to download and deliver to a school with mandates. 

The Canadian Covid Care Alliance is a group of independent doctors, scientists and healthcare practitioners who have produced a short video and detailed document to educate employers and others about the ethical problems with health mandates.



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