The MedChoice Medical team addresses your biggest concerns.
Here are their answers to a few important questions.
1. Will the waiver work to allow me access to (whatever it is the commie totalitarians are trying to keep you from!) AND Why do I need one?
Physician-generated "notes" and "waivers" have traditionally been universally accepted, whether it is to validate a "sick day" or to avoid physical exertion due to an injury. Likewise, physician evaluations and suggestions form the basis of employer or scholastic accommodations (modifications that allow equal access).
The current FAA mask mandate is a result of the CDC's latest federal regulation, which was published on January 29, 2021. (The CDC policy is explained in an 11-page document which can be found on their website.) On page 4 of the policy, including footnote #8, it lists exceptions to the mask mandate. Included in this list is "medical documentation by a licensed medical provider."
It is reasonable to assume that vaccine jab
mandates will share many of the characteristics of the current mask mandate, including an exemption based on documentation from a medical provider. Furthermore, an exception is more likely to be provided and honored when it deals with a vaccine, which could cause much more harm than wearing a mask.
Unfortunately, no provision in the Constitution ensures access to your favorite restaurant, your job, travel, or a ball game. The reality is that the government and private entities have the power to coerce anyone to get the vaccine. The only exception applies to people who can't get the
vaccine jab because of medical circumstances. You must possess legitimate documentation to be a member of the exception group.
That being said, no federal or state laws expressly infuse unique power in a physician's note/waiver. This card verifies that you have a valid medical reason not to receive this specific
vaccine jab. It is up to you, the holder, to present the card confidently and, if challenged, declare that "federal law prohibits any restriction to access based on a medical circumstance," specifically federal law 42 USCS § 12101. The holder should assert that they CANNOT receive the vaccine based on medical grounds, and this situation is not based on their personal preference (Some individuals want the vaccine jab but are medically ineligible).
On this basis, the waiver will "work" for those individuals who believe it is their right not to get