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Committee ready for legal battle


Committee ready for legal battle
FLASHBACK: Activist Winston Clarke asking questions of the panel during the second in a series of town hall meetings on vaccines and testing at Princess Margaret Secondary School last Wednesday. (FILE)

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The Steering Committee for the Barbados Concerned Citizens Against Mandated and Coerced Vaccinations is prepared to take any entity to court, should they continue to push for workers to be vaccinated.

Coordinator Winston Clarke told the Sunday Sun they had written to all offending entities and were prepared to take action if they did not desist.

“If they do not comply, we will be taking the necessary steps whether it is boycott, social media, or contacting travel agencies who deal with them. But we will do everything in our power to make sure they are not patronised. They said they would have wanted all their employees vaccinated. We have advised them to retract because we have concerns coming from employees who do not want the vaccine,” he said.

Queen’s Counsel Leslie Haynes on Friday, delivered a 104-page legal opinion on mandatory vaccines. (RA)

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