Bastard children, at that:
There is nothing in any Catholic's faith that exempts them from taking a vaccine. There is nothing in the gospels. There is nothing in the New Testament anywhere. There is nothing in canon law. There is nothing from the Church Fathers, and no pronouncements from previous popes. https://t.co/x9hXxm79Fd— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) October 20, 2021
A US Supreme Court justice on Tuesday rejected a request by health workers in Maine to block a statewide vaccine mandate, while their wider legal challenge against the measure proceeds.All healthcare workers in the state will have to be fully vaccinated under the mandate, which comes into force on October 29.Several unnamed health workers and one health provider insist the decree violates their constitutional right to freedom of religion, citing conscientious objections to the vaccine.They brought the case against Maine Governor Janet Mills and other officials, and have asked the courts to put a preliminary block on the mandate while their case is heard.On Tuesday, Justice Stephen Breyer -- who responds to emergency applications from Maine -- denied their petition for a preliminary injunction, which had already been rejected by a district court.