The University of Cape Town committed to reply to PANDA’s series of questions stemming from their Student Engagement Session on Mandatory Vaccination. Since no reply has been forthcoming, PANDA members have answered the questions themselves, in what has turned out to be an excellent takedown of UCT’s bad science. Can you trust that your University is not lying to you?
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On Sunday 31 October, PANDA hosted a webinar focused on South African students as Covid-19 vaccines are being mandated for the country’s tertiary institutions. We encourage you to watch this, share it and refuse to accept the mandates.
This pro forma letter can be addressed to the Council of a University by a student of that University where the University has adopted, or intends to adopt, a mandatory vaccination plan. The letter can be adapted as a letter from the parent of the student, alternatively, from an attorney representing the student.
The University of Cape Town held a student engagement session on mandatory vaccination. PANDA has some questions.
If you have been following the news over the past few months, you will – in all likelihood – have heard about, or witnessed your own organisation enforce, mandatory vaccinations. Joining me to discuss this is Nick Hudson. Nick is an actuary, investor, as well as the co-founder of PANDA. We talk about the distinction (or the lack thereof) between vaccine passports and vaccine mandates as well as whether these are commensurate with liberty. We moreover talk about the consequences of lockdowns and mask mandates, as well as the “lives vs profit” foundation upon which they find fertile tinder. Nick offers his thoughts on this.