Sunday, August 15, 2021

Loyola University backs down on COVID-19 vaccine requirement after lawsuit

 In the face of a federal lawsuit, the university granted religious exemptions to a group of 11 students who objected to the abortion-tainted COVID-19 vaccines.

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CHICAGO (LifeSiteNews) – A group of students at Loyola University in Chicago scored a victory against a strict COVID-19 vaccine mandate last week, after threatening a lawsuit.

The 11 students had sought exemptions from Loyola’s vaccine requirements, citing religious objections to the currently available abortion-tainted COVID-19 vaccines.

Loyola reversed course on the 11 students’ exemptions requests last week, however, ultimately granting religious exemptions “just hours before the school was going to be hit with a federal lawsuit,” Liberty Counsel said.

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