- We are against discrimination. We do not believe in penalizing vaccine-free employees nor will we turn away vaccine-free customers.
- We are for freedom of choice. We respect the right of our employees and customers to make their own informed choices about whether to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or not.
- We are against coercive measures that pressure our employees and customers to subject themselves to COVID-19 vaccination which is experimental, risky, and for some, unnecessary.
- We uphold the rights of our employees to earn an honest living so they can feed their families. We will not subject them to COVID-19 vaccination that can endanger their lives, health, and personal safety.
- Vaccination is not the only way to fight COVID-19. There are safer, cheaper, more effective ways of protecting out people than injecting them with an EUA treatment which has known severe adverse effects.
- We should not be held liable for risks or costs of COVID-19 vaccine-related injuries, deaths, or lost productivity because of unreasonable, oppressive, and biased government policies such as IATF Resolution No. 148-B and public and private issuances that blindly follow it.
- We can protect the people’s right to health while upholding the Constitution and human rights. We stand by that commitment.
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