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In a groundbreaking ruling, the New York State Supreme Court last week struck down the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers, holding that the state’s health department lacked the authority to impose the mandate.
By Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D., Children’s Health Defense, Jan. 17, 2023
Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D., based in Athens, Greece, is a senior reporter for The Defender and part of the rotation of hosts for CHD.TV’s “Good Morning CHD.”
Moreover, the court ruled that the state’s mandate was “arbitrary and capricious” on the basis that COVID-19 vaccines do not stop transmission of the virus, thereby eliminating any rational basis for such a policy.
The lawsuit challenging the mandate was filed Oct. 20, 2022, by Medical Professionals for Informed Consent — a group of medical practitioners impacted by the mandate — and additional plaintiffs who were specifically named, including two doctors, a nurse, a radiologic technologist and a medical laboratory specialist. …