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    Employees Fired For Failing To Take The COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccine

    For Nancy Orr, the decision to make her own medical decisions came with a high price.

    Getting fired in September from her executive assistant position at Richmond’s Library of Virginia wasn’t exactly a surprise, however, because, as she told The Epoch Times, she saw it coming.

    “Like many people at the beginning of this, I wore a mask, and tried to honor what they were recommending,” Orr said.

    In December 2020, she had contracted the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, the pathogen that causes COVID-19.

    Her physician, Leland Stillman, who has now moved his practice (Leland Stillman, MD) from Virginia to Orlando, Florida, had prescribed her ivermectin, which she said reduced her symptoms within hours.

    Stillman told The Epoch Times that Orr was one of many patients he had prescribed ivermectin beginning last year, “with great results.”

    “I still prescribe it to patients because I don’t see any downsides, and there are tremendous upsides,” Stillman said.

    “What kind of doctor doesn’t prescribe a therapy that he knows is effective, with documented efficacy in the literature, and is safer than Tylenol?”

    Orr said she now has lab-verified immunity.

    “But that’s not recognized under this executive order,” Orr said.

    In August, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam enacted an executive order that requires state employees to show proof of vaccination or be tested weekly.

    Orr said she stopped wearing the mask months prior because she said, in addition to having natural immunity, wearing the mask causes her respiratory distress, raising her heart rate, which leads to high blood pressure.

    To Comply, Or Not To Comply

    After having COVID-19, she considered the testing, mask, and vaccine unnecessary for her, but as government guidelines turned into mandates, the ominous choice loomed: to comply, or not to comply.

    “I could not in good conscience participate in the process because I see it explicitly as a vaccine passport,” Orr said. “They don’t have the right to that information.

    They don’t have the right to segregate people based on their medical status, and it’s not based on anything scientific because we now know that the fully vaccinated can be infected and transmit the virus.”

    Privileging people based on their medical status is discriminatory, Orr added.

    “It’s immoral, unethical, illegal, and unconstitutional,” Orr said.

    She considered the religious and medical exemption that was available due to her COVID-19-recovered status, but decided against it.

    “I just realized that if I chose a medical exemption, I would be validating or even declaring participation by declaring my vaccine status, and it’s simply none of their damn business,” Orr said.

    “It’s private medical information, and just because someone issues an executive order, that doesn’t make it legal, and it certainly doesn’t make it moral or ethical.” continue reading


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