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Michigan Health System Employees Sue Over Vaccine Mandate

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A group of 51 employees of a Detroit health care organization filed a lawsuit on Monday challenging their employer’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The lawsuit argues that the Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) violated the plaintiffs’ right to bodily autonomy and right to reject medical treatment under interpretations of the 14th Amendment. The lawsuit seeks a court order declaring the mandate unconstitutional and unenforceable. The Epoch Times contacted the HFHS for comment. The HFHS announced a vaccine mandate on June 29, advising staff and contractors to become vaccinated by Sept. 10. HFHS management warned that those who do not become vaccinated by the deadline would face suspension and be given until Oct. 1 to get the vaccine. The lawsuit (pdf) cites data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) to allege, contrary to the description provided on the VAERS website, that “13,627 deaths have occurred in the U.S. as a result of …

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