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150 Scientists from major research lab push back against vaccine mandate

One hundred and fifty scientists and employees within one of the most critical government-funded energy research labs in the country are on indefinite unpaid leave after they were denied a religious exemption request for the COVID-19 vaccine.

They work at the historic Oak Ridge National Laboratory: the largest science and energy lab in the U.S. Department of Energy’s network of 17 National Laboratories, and whose management is contracted out to private companies. Mainly, the scientists object to how the available COVID-19 vaccines were either developed and tested — or in the case of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, produced — using abortion-derived fetal cell lines.

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