Did @Cornell doctors violate medical standards by "clearing" students for the vax?, by @Techno_Fog technofog.substack.com/p/did-cornell-…
“Cornell instituted what appears to be a process of outright denying or delaying decisions on initial religious and medical exemptions – no matter the reason. Students with religious exemptions were referred to the Cornell chaplain for further discussions.
Students that presented valid medical exemptions were told by Cornell doctors that they were “medically cleared” to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Cornell doctors made this recommendation despite never seeing or treating the Cornell student, and despite not knowing in detail the student’s medical history.”

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