I used the religious exemption to avoid getting the flu shot and now have to write what reasons I have to use the exception. Can anyone provide me specifics as to why it's against any religion?
Thanks for sharing the information! My form says excemption documentation is required. Once I submit the documentation, it goes before a committee and they decide whether to accept it or not. It's really unbelievable to me. This does not feel like a free country anymore. I need a new job asap!
Are you in New York? That's the hardest state to use any kind of exemption. W. VA is a little nuts, too.
Have you used an exemption for ALL vaccines or just trying to use it for this one?
I just found out that next year my job is making flu shots mandatory. I am a nurse and work at a nursing home...I'd like to get a different job but its just not feasable at this time. :-( Anyone know of any way to get around it? We used to be able to use religion as a reason, but I don't think we can anymore.
If religion is accepted by your state law, you can use a religious waiver. The nursing home cannot decide what to take and what not. However, if you use the waiver, they can (and usually will) find another way to force you out.
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