Both lawsuits have future court dates as the cases remain unresolved
A federal judge in Michigan has made two COVID vaccine-related rulings this week that at first glance appear to contradict each other.
U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney on Tuesday denied a temporary restraining order request against Michigan State University’s COVID vaccination mandate made by an employee with natural immunity.
But in a separate ruling the same day, he blocked Western Michigan University from enforcing the vaccine requirement against four female soccer players based on their religious exemption request.Maloney denied the restraining order request made by MSU employee Jeanna Norris, who has lab work proving she has naturally acquired immunity from a previous COVID infection.Maloney “cited federal rulings in favor of Indiana University’s vaccine mandate and said Jeanna Norris … is an at-will employee with no ‘constitutionally protected property interest in her employment position,’” the A ssociated Press reports . MLive […]
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