Covid-19 vaccination for children under 13 was suspended by a judge in Uruguay after he concluded that the law was not being followed, particularly with respect to the constitutional rights to health and information. Thus, he ruled that for this suspension to be lifted, several conditions would have to be met, among them, the full […]
Pfizer must prove the efficacy of its Covid vaccine within the next 48 hours in Uruguay. The judge issued the ruling in response to a case asking Uruguay to halt child immunizations. On Wednesday, it will become evident to what degree the government and Pfizer can offer the necessary proof (and whether doing so will […]
Three pharmaceutical companies distributed 81 million opioid painkillers in a West Virginia county over an eight-year period, but the federal judge ruled they were not liable for the damage done by the opioid epidemic.
Father’s 20-Year Battle on Behalf of Vaccine-Injured Son Exposes Travesty of Liability-Free Vaccines
Yates Hazlehurst, who developed autism after receiving his childhood vaccines, was the first and only vaccine-injured plaintiff to make it to a jury. The 20-year process revealed major flaws in a system that is supposed to compensate children for vaccine injuries.
On 19 May, the Dutch Airline Pilots Association (“VNV”) filed a case in the Amsterdam Court of Appeal against Covid “vaccine” mandates introduced by KLM for new pilots. Yesterday, the judge ruled in favour of VNV. KLM can no longer ask new pilots about their Covid vaccination status or reject their application for employment based […]
Earlier, the Delhi and Kerala High Courts also declared that vaccines could not be made mandatory. The latest to follow suit is the Bombay High Court who told the Maharashtra government to withdraw ban on the unvaccinated using local trains.
Finally, on April 7, the Supreme Administrative Court has just granted our appeal, ruling that this action is now more useful than ever, and ordering the case to be sent back to the South Administrative Central Court.
Court of Appeal ruling: “Covid Pass is contrary to the European Convention on Human Rights” (Belgium)
The Court admits that it can consider the Covid Safe Ticket a proportionate and necessary measure at the time of the ruling in the Walloon region. Nevertheless, it affirms that “the Covid Safe Ticket is a delicate precedent issue. On the one hand, to freedoms, as enshrined in international standards or the Belgian Constitution, and, […]
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will have eight months — not the 75 years it requested — to release all documents related to the licensing of Pfizer’s Comirnaty COVID vaccine, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
In another defeat of Biden’s military vaccine mandates, a federal judge barred the U.S. Department of Defense from disciplining military service members who object to COVID-19 vaccination on religious grounds.