OSHA is the first government agency on record to state that employees have a legal exemption not only to vaccines, but to testing and masking – click here to watch.
Face masks violate OSHA’s oxygen standards in confined areas (click here to watch video explanation on Bitchute).
EEOC protects religious freedom regarding masks, when applicable
The information below is an excerpt from eeoc.gov.
Religious Accommodation/Dress & Grooming Policies
“Unless it would be an undue hardship on the employer’s operation of its business, an employer must reasonably accommodate an employee’s religious beliefs or practices. This applies not only to schedule changes or leave for religious observances, but also to such things as dress or grooming practices that an employee has for religious reasons. These might include, for example, wearing particular head coverings or other religious dress (such as a Jewish yarmulke or a Muslim headscarf), or wearing certain hairstyles or facial hair (such as Rastafarian dreadlocks or Sikh uncut hair and beard). It also includes an employee’s observance of a religious prohibition against wearing certain garments (such as pants or miniskirts).
When an employee or applicant needs a dress or grooming accommodation for religious reasons, he should notify the employer that he needs such an accommodation for religious reasons. If the employer reasonably needs more information, the employer and the employee should engage in an interactive process to discuss the request. If it would not pose an undue hardship, the employer must grant the accommodation.”
Some Christians believe that wearing a mask is not compatible with their religious beliefs.