This information was compiled in response to the ever growing trend of medical institutions and other corporations requiring their employees take a flu shot (or other vaccine) as a condition of their continued employment.
Click on this link to learn about what an ’employer required’ vaccination did to a nurse. Also note that the employer provided absolutely no assistance to the nurse or her family when the vaccine caused her extremely serious health problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRcZZROphLM
The employee vaccination notice is designed to inform your employer of the conditions under which you will comply with their flu shot (or other vaccine) request. Currently, everyone manufacturing, requiring or administering vaccines has an exemption from liability should the vaccine cause illness, injury or even death. The notice informs the employer that you will comply with the vaccination request if the employer will accept the liability . . . in writing. It is extremely unlikely that any employer will agree to your condition, which is more proof that vaccines can be extremely harmful.
Before filling out and turning in this notice, employees must request the vaccine package insert (not vaccination information sheets or handouts) for the vaccine they are being asked to take. If the appropriate insert is provided, inform the employer that you must take it home to read and discuss with your family. DO NOT JUST READ IT AND HAND IT BACK. Remember if you become ill or injured it will affect more than just you. The package insert could be used as evidence should you accept the vaccine and get harmed by it.
If no insert is provided, fill out and deliver the Vaccination Notice (a). If the insert is provided use the Vaccination Notice (b).
FILLING OUT THE NOTICE
- Download the LAWFULLY YOURS pdf guide posted at the bottom of this page (the instructions start on page 30), and the Word Doc templates for Vaccination Notices are linked right below it. Select the one(s) you wish to use.
- Items in grey need to be personalized
- Corporate entities need to be in all caps
- The report referenced in the notice can be read here: Health Hazards of Disease Prevention
- The health department of each state is listed in its corporate name on the Dun and Bradstreet website
- Sign the notice in red ink and obtain the signatures of two witnesses or one notary
It is essential to read, understand and agree with the notice before you sign and deliver it.
DELIVERING THE NOTICE
The notice requires little discussion. Just hand it to your employer. Politely explain that it is your written response to the employer’s vaccination request. Should you be asked where you obtained the notice, simply say from someone who shares your concern about Big Pharma’s exemption from liability. Citing websites or vaccine aware organizations just motivates those in the well funded vaccination-distribution-business to track down and discredit folks that are doing their best to bring good information to the public.
Save a copy of the notice for your personal files and write the name of the ‘agent’ (employee) who received it and the date it was delivered.
More methods of empowering yourself in our commercial (UCC) legal system can be found in the LAWFULLY YOURS guide.