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Subject Tomorrow in Boston, vaccine mandates take effect -- UPDATE pg. 5 -- Reasonable Accommodations guidance
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Original Message And there are literally hundreds of police, first responders, teachers, and others who are fighting back against the city AND their unions.

It sucks though because I hear many are going to cave in today and get the shot.

Please pray for them and their families. Pray they have the strength to hold true to their principles and refuse being poisoned. Pray that those who do go out and get jabbed today do not suffer from any meaningful side effects.

These people do not fully comprehend the power they hold just by not getting the jab. It is scary being faced with the prospect of losing your livelihood, which places entire families in danger of being literally homeless.

But refusing to get vaccinated and making the city go through with their tyranny would cripple the city's ability to conduct basic government business. The effects would be seen immediately.

IF you or someone you know is considering getting the jab today because of a mandate taking effect tomorrow -- do whatever you can to help them 'hold the line' with the rest of their brothers and sisters who refuse to bow to tyranny.

Update #1: pg.5, the City of Boston delayed enforcement of the mandate for ten days.

Update #2: pg. 5,


On this link [link to www.boston.gov (secure)] is the city of Boston's vaccine policy information page.

At this link is a .pdf regarding how businesses must treat those who request medical or religious accommodations: [link to www.boston.gov (secure)] ... (this will download a .pdf)

It states "If a customer in an age group covered by the order wishes to enter the indoor portion of your premises for more than a quick or limited purpose but states that they are unable to show proof of vaccination because of a disability or other reason related to civil rights law, you must engage with the person in a cooperative dialogue, or a good faith discussion, to see if there is a reasonable accommodation that would enable the customer to access your goods or services."

We MUST EDUCATE consumers and businesses on the reasonable accommodations policy. It appears discretionary to the establishment. That means that anyone who requests an accommodation based on religious or medical beliefs CAN RECEIVE ONE from the business, if the business so chooses, while remaining compliant with the regulations.

PM me or bump this thread for more information..
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