The Justice Department has issued an opinion saying that it's ok for government, schools and private industries to mandate the experimental Covid-19 vaccines.
The federal Department of Veterans Affairs and some other groups and agencies recently announced they would require Covid-19 vaccines.
The mandates do not take into account the millions who have fought off Covid-19 either with or without symptoms, and are considered to have better immunity, according to scientists, than what the shots provide. Virologists say it's not possible to use the current processed to learn who has fought off Covid-19 asymptomatically since they may not have needed to develop measurable antibodies, or their antibodies may no longer be measurable with current tests.
However, the Department of Justice has determined it is legal for agencies and groups to require the vaccinations.
Read the government's full opinion below: