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User Info Covid-19 -- A White Paper - To @RealDonaldTrump and @CDC; entered at 2020-12-02 23:29:49
Tickerguy
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Registered: 2007-06-26
Ticketbastard is THINKING about it.

Lots of people are THINKING about it. Actually DOING IT is another matter, and there's a severe problem that comes with it in that while the vaccine manufacturer is immune from suit for injury from the vaccine there's a derivative action problem here that these folks will eventually have 'splained to them by corporate counsel.

There's also a potential ADA problem here, along with a bunch of others. The plaintiff's bar will eat them for breakfast the first time a cancer patient is told they can't buy a ticket or buys one and then is turned away at the door. I can come up with a half-dozen legal issues that I wouldn't go anywhere NEAR as any of them could flat-out ruin you and the plaintiff's bar will have every reason to chase those very deep pockets and see how far they can stuff their dicks in them to flush out money.

Just consider that it only takes one kid who wants to see some pop concert and is rendered permanently paralyzed by the shot which said cute girl got specifically because she had to do it to go see the band -- and Ticketbastard is fucked.

NATIONS can do it as an entry requirement, but that gets sticky too because the usual way that's done for various vaccinations (said requirements DO exist with some nations) is with visa issuance needed to enter. No-visa-required nations may find themselves with permanently crippled tourism industries. Visa-required ones won't have any problem at all; they'll just add that to the list, and there you are. No big deal for them.

But private firms are an entirely different kettle of fish.

Last modified: 2020-12-02 23:39:09 by tickerguy

2020-12-02 23:29:49