Todd Zywicki had the coronavirus in March 2020, and the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School professor says if the vaccine was available then, he would have gotten it to avoid getting sick. But now that it’s easily obtainable, and his employer is requiring it, he doesn’t want it. According to him, his physician claims the bankruptcy professor has natural immunity demonstrated with antibody tests.
Citing Religion, Health and Even Personal Preference, Some Are Challenging COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates at Work
Aug 19, 2021 | In the News