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District Court Rejects Challenges to Washington State Vaccination Requirements

Added 10-26-21 06:21:02pm EST - “covering "educators, healthcare workers, and state employees and contractors."” - Reason.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Reason.com: “District Court Rejects Challenges to Washington State Vaccination Requirements”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Eugene Volokh | 10.26.2021 5:38 PM

Yesterday's decision in Wise v. Inslee by Judge Thomas Rice (E.D. Wash.) rejected religious freedom, Americans with Disabilities Act, Contracts Clause, and Due Process Clause challenges. Note that the requirements included "exemptions for those who qualify for  accommodations due to their sincerely held religious beliefs." Thanks to Mark S. Leen for the pointer.

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Normalizing for population (65% vaxed accounting for 75% of cases), the vaxed individual has approximately 1/3 less chance of catching covid than an unvaxed person.

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