The Vermont Emergency Forum to Assess the Respiratory Hazards of Masks will be held Friday, May 12 9 AM – 4:30 PM at Burlington City Hall’s Contois Auditorium.
The Covid Federal Emergency is scheduled to end on May 11th. However, approval for face masks and other emergency authorized products is expected to continue, event organizer Amy Hornblas said.
Mask requirements have, and continue to be, imposed on people of all ages and abilities, without any of the basic protections offered to employees who wear an N95-style respirator at work. Meanwhile, an entire infrastructure is being built, promoting the use of “Vaccine or Mask” policies beyond medical settings.
OSHA experts Tammy Clark and Kristen Meghan Kelly, along with cellular biologist Dr. Christina Parks and Special Education Accommodation expert Megan Mansell, are bringing their expertise to Vermont to set the record straight on the respiratory hazards of masks, and inform Vermonters of their right, and responsibility, to assess the hazards in all settings.
Whether you know them from their appearances on The Highwire, their association with The Frontline Doctors team, or the Quest for Truth Tour, these brave women are speaking up and helping us untangle the web of continuing, and encroaching, mask requirements.
The day-long Forum will conclude with the presentation of a Breathing Champions Award, presented by former Deputy State’s Attorney Tom Kelly to the Desautels Family, who have been standing up for three years to defend the legal rights of students and employees through the Vermont court system.
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