This bill prohibits public bodies and private entities from requiring person to receive COVID-19 vaccination or require an immunity passport. Prohibits public bodies and private entities from interfering with certain rights on account of risks presented by COVID-19 pandemic.
Personal Choice and Responsibility
A minor person or incapacitated person may not be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccination absent legally binding substituted consent by all parents with authority over the child’s medical care or a legally recognized and official guardian. A First Amendment right that without we are no more than slaves.
A public body may not enter into a contract or give a loan, grant or any other disbursement of taxpayer money to a business affiliation that requires a person to receive a COVID-19 vaccination or possess a COVID-19 immunity passport, immunity pass or other evidence certifying vaccination or immunity status ore restricts any rights.
It is the policy of the State of Oregon to safeguard medical autonomy, privacy and liberty as to all persons, which includes protecting the public from coercive COVID-19 vaccination and disclosure of vaccination or immunity status. All persons may choose to receive vaccinations or not and to wear a face covering or mask or not as a matter of medical privacy and liberty.