Children’s EUA Approved Despite Lack Of Long Term Studies

The FDA’s Center For Biologics Evaluation And Research Held It’s 170th Meeting Of The Vaccines And Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Virtually On October 26th, 2021 To Discuss Granting An Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) For Pfizer-Biontech mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine For Children 5-11 Years Old.

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Vice President Of Pfizer Fills Empty Williamson County School Board Seat

Despite A Petition With 1,335 Verified Signatures Asking For The Vote To Be Delayed, National Vice President Of Pfizer, Josh Brown, Was Voted In As Interim School Board Member For Williamson County’s District 4.

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Federal Workers In Chattanooga Face Mandate Deadline In Early November

With President Biden Signing Executive Order (EO) 14043, Federal Workers In Chattanooga, Including All TVA Personnel, Are Facing Having To Get Fully Vaccinated By November 22nd Or Finding A New Job.

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Potential Exodus Of Navy SEALs Brings Backlash On Vaccine Mandate

President Joe Biden’s Federal Vaccine Mandate Sparked Controversy Among Americans, But One Of The Nation’s Most Elite Fighting Forces May Be Hit Harder Than Other Groups By The New Requirement.

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Pentagon Mandates Vaccine After Pfizer Approval

All Military Members Will Be Required To Take The COVID-19 Vaccine, The Pentagon Announced Monday, But Some Members Of Congress Have Already Mobilized An Effort To Overturn The Mandate.

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Shelby County Schools Implement Mask Mandate For 2021-22 School Year

Following The Suggestion By The Pfizer-Backed American Academy Of Pediatrics That Children Should Be Wearing Masks In School, Shelby County Schools Have Issued A Mask Mandate For All Staff And Students For The 2021-22 School Year.

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Rhodes College Punishes Unvaccinated Students Financially

Rhodes Notified Students Via A Letter That They Will Be Charging $1500 To All Students Who Are Not Vaccinated. The College Claims The Fee Will Be Used To Cover The Expense Of Weekly Testing.

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Tennessee Workers Fight for Religious Exemptions to COVID Vaccines

Individuals Working In Tennessee Have The Right To Ask For A Religious Exemption To Taking A COVID-19 Vaccine, But That Does Not Guarantee That The Exemption Will Be Granted By Employers.

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Health Organizations Urge FDA to Remove COVID Vaccines from Market

As The Tennessee Health Department Continues To Offer The Pfizer Vaccine To Children Ages 12 And Up, Children’s Advocacy Groups Are Stepping Up To Contest That Decision.

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Chattanooga Hosts Free Vaccination Events for Homeless Residents

On June 12, The Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition Will Be Hosting A Free Vaccination Event For The Homeless Population In The Area. This Will Follow The First Event That Was Held On Saturday, In Partnership With Olivet Baptist Church.

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