CT LEGISLATORS WANT TO MAKE MEDICAL DECISIONS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
Your option to choose is upheld with the religious exemption.
The religious exemption supports your right to say NO to a vaccine or any other medical procedure.
Connecticut can remove the religious exemption and then mandate any vaccine, including COVID-19 and the flu, at any time without the approval of legislators or residents. This happened in New York and unless we get your help, it can happen here too.
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With Risk There Must Be Choice.
CT legislators are currently trying to remove our right to choice by removing the religious exemption, with plans to add the (one approved) COVID-19 vaccine to children's school schedule.
YOU CAN NOT SUE
You can not sue Pfizer, Moderna, or any other vaccine manufacturer for injuries resulting from side effects.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health can mandate a vaccine at any time without public or legislative approval.
NOT FDA APPROVED
The COVID-19 vaccine is not approved by the FDA.
"In 2021, the legislature may again consider similar legislation on this issue, as well as proposals to include COVID-19 vaccinations as part of school and child care facility requirements."
"If a vaccine for the coronavirus, for instance, were developed, Ritter said, all students likely would have to be vaccinated in order to attend school."
"There is no U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved vaccine to prevent COVID-19."