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lawlady1776 1 point ago +1 / -0

No. It's the when they say "religious reasons" they will say "we have many people here who are of that religion and vaccinated". Offering people false hope to help them make a conscious choice and it never was a choice because a business can not grant it based on their opinion if you actually have a religious exemption is fucking rude. It's a frustrating "exemption" and speaking on it as a possible reason to refuse the vaccine is irritating.

I do get what you are saying but stating if it was that dangerous there would be no exemption, but for that to be the case, states with exemptions would have to make laws to change that.

So it's not as simple as

"If it was a true deadly pandemic there would be no exemptions".

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