Religious university denied religious vaccine exemptions, until they were sued

Loyola university is a religious university. They ironically denied religious exemptions to a group of 11 students who objected to the abortion-tainted COVID-19 vaccines.

“The vaccine mandate issued by Loyola in April requires proof of vaccination in order to attend in-person classes and on-campus events and to live in university residence halls.

“Students who have not uploaded their vaccination cards or received approval for an exemption by Friday, August 6, will not remain enrolled in classes when the fall semester begins and will not have access to campus buildings,” the university’s vaccine policy states. Unvaccinated faculty and staff face possible termination.”

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