Ongoing Maine Court Case Targeting Vaccine Mandate Reveals 661 Deaths

Across the country legal challenges to vaccine mandates, especially for health care workers,  cases run into defeat. Meanwhile, in Maine, two rulings, considered to be important to those currently suing the State, are deciding the future of Mainers.  TrialSite introduced this legal case involving a disclosure concerning 661 deaths associated with COVID-19 vaccines.  One case sought protection from the requirement to be vaccinated on grounds of religious exemption. It was just defeated on Oct. 13, 2021, leaving the other case in a vulnerable position.  The remaining case is soon to be decided, in Maine’s Kennebec County Courthouse. It was argued by Ron Jenkins who petitioned on behalf of the “Alliance of Health Care Workers against Mandates,” and centers on four points. A decision is expected before the end of this week. The Judge has decided to expedite it on the grounds that workers have been given a deadline of October 15, going into effect Oct. 29, to get either vaccinated or be terminated.

What is the Law?

The core argument at issue is the decision of whether the Maine Department of Health and Human Services has the authority to make substantial rulin...

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