TEXAS HOSPITAL EMPLOYESS SUE EMPLOYER OVER VACCINE REQUIREMENTS
117 Employees File Lawsuit Against Texas Hospital for Requiring COVID-19 Vaccine
More than 100 employees at Houston Methodist Hospital filed a lawsuit against their employer for allegedly requiring all staff members to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in order to keep their jobs.
Saying the COVID-19 vaccines are experimental and they don’t want to be “guinea pigs,” the 117 employees argued in court that it’s unlawful for their employers to require them to take the shots.
“Methodist Hospital is forcing its employees to be human ‘guinea pigs’ as a condition for continued employment,” their lawsuit (pdf) states. They wrote that the hospital’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate “requires the employee to subject themselves to medical experimentation as a prerequisite to feeding their families.”
They took issue receiving “experimental COVID-19 mRNA” vaccines such as ones made by Pfizer and Moderna.
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