Act Now Tennessee: Urge your Legislators to Support Natural Immunity
Our Stand: At-A-Glance
- House Bill 1871 and Senate Bill 1982 were filed mid-January in Tennessee by House Representative Bud Hulsey and Senator Joey Hensley. Both bills were placed in their respective health committee on March 2, 2022 and placed on the calendar for discussion on March 9.
- These bills state that businesses, schools and the Tennessee state government would have to allow and recognize that natural immunity is at least as protective as a COVID-19 shot.
- These bills also protect individuals against discrimination for choosing natural immunity over a shot.
- It’s our God-given, inalienable right to acquire natural immunity. Not only is it far superior at preventing transmission, but it’s also protective against variants.
- As proven by over 150 studies, natural immunity is always more durable, broad, and protective.
- The right to experience natural infection and acquire natural immunity is under attack by the drug industry and has been for decades. While Pfizer and Moderna are projecting $51 billion in combined COVID-19 shot sales this year, natural immunity is free, creates zero sales for big business, and can last for decades. In short, natural immunity is good for people and bad for profit margins.
- Click to email the House Health Committee and your local legislators and urge them to stand with natural immunity. Personalize the first paragraph to state how this issue is affecting you and then share this call-to-action with everyone you know so we can protect natural immunity in the state of Tennessee.
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