This won’t make headlines.
Over 180 Minnesota health care workers are suing the state over the vaccine mandate.
The plaintiffs claim that the law violates religious freedom and other state and federal laws.
JUST IN: More than 180 Minnesota health care workers sue over vaccine mandatehttps://t.co/2Pc3sUpy6T
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More than 180 Minnesota health care workers from across the state filed a lawsuit against the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, seeking an injunction to prevent the upcoming rule.
According to the Star Tribune, the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court on behalf of unnamed plaintiffs, seeks an injunction, claiming that such policies violate religious freedom and other state and federal laws.
One of the plaintiffs’ lawyers told the Star Tribune that his clients want to remain anonymous because there is “pressure to get vaccinated.”
Plaintiffs include those who have contracted COVID-19 and now have antibodies, as well as those who have a current religious exemption, those who have a pending religious exemption, and pregnant employees.
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