Air Force Rejects a Medical Exemption for Woman with an Allergy to Vax Components

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The Air Force has rejected a medical exemption application to the military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate from a reservist despite the member presenting proof that she has an allergy to one of the vaccine’s components.

A clinic in Texas performed allergy testing.

“She developed a positive reaction to intradermal testing to Polysorbate, indicating the potential for a significant allergic reaction to future COVID-19 vaccination,” the doctor wrote in the letter, a copy of which was reviewed by The Epoch Times.

“I respectfully recommend that the patient be granted a medical waiver for the COVID-19 vaccine,” he added.

The Air Force and Navy are allegedly issuing blanket denials.


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Cornwallace
Cornwallace
5 months ago

A comradette that was in the navy got the wrong vax and it almost wiped her out, resulted in early pension and honorable discharge.
Trust no vax or not-a-vax.