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A number of students attending or wanting to attend public SUNY (State University of New York) colleges are signing onto a class action lawsuit against mandatory COVID vaccines.
Teachers For Choice, an advocacy group, is working with NY Attorney Jim Mermigis in filing the suit, which alleges that the state has no authority to require the experimental vaccines as a condition for attendance.
The group’s website has put out a call for students affected by the policy:
“SUNY/ CUNY STUDENTS AND PARENTS, listen up!!
“Jim Mermigis will file a class action lawsuit against the SUNY and CUNY systems challenging the C19 Vaccine mandate to attend school. Get on the suit as a plaintiff. Be part of an incredible win. Email me (plz just email!) at firstname.lastname@example.org the following info:
“Student’s name, Parent’s name, Age of student, FULL Home address of student (Include ZIP CODE), Phone # of student, The SUNY or CUNY school the student attends PUT IN SUBJECT LINE, “CLASS ACTION SUIT”
NY York State Governor Andrew Cuomo and SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras have both said that SUNY/CUNY students will be required to get vaccinated for COVID-19, once the vaccines have been fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
So rar, mRNA vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have both been distributed under an “emergency use” authorization.
Many people, especially those aged younger than 60 in good overall health, have said they do not want to be compelled to take the vaccines, which rely on technologies never before implemented in a human population.
After touting the safety of the vaccines, the CDC and FDA recently revised their guidelines in June, issuing warning language that the vaccines could cause heart inflammation, particularly in young males.
The CDC acknowledged that over 1,200 cases of heart conditions including myocarditis or pericarditis had been reported so far, mostly in people 30, as a result of taking COVID vaccines. That number included over 350 of heart inflammation cases in teens.
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