A Michigan State University employee filed a lawsuit against the university challenging its vaccine mandate for students, faculty and staff. Jeanna Norris, a supervisory administrative associate and fiscal officer at MSU, said she has a natural immunity to COVID-19 after contracting the virus in 2020 and that a doctor told her a vaccine is not necessary, according to court filings. Norris said she will face discipline or termination because of MSU’s mandate and by following her doctor’s advice.

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