UKMFA and CACUK
COVID-19 Vaccine Exemptions - Legal Summary
25/11/21 UPDATED v3
This information sheet, drawn up by UKMFA and Class Action Covid UK (www.cacuk.uk), outlines the current legalities of obtaining a clinical/medical exemption for anyone unable or unwilling to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, which may be required for their employment.View DocumentDownload PDF
Workers of England Union
Fact Sheet for Employees facing COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
The Workers Union of England have put together this useful fact sheet to outline your legal rights and suggested practical actions. WUoE are actively fighting all vaccine mandates for employees from any sector. We recommend getting in touch with them, and considering joining them, for help and support.Learn More
COVID-19 Vaccine - Informed Consent Legal Summary
UKMFA have set out a summary of the current best medical practice and the law when it comes to providing your consent to any COVID-19 Vaccine.View DocumentDownload PDF
Medical Exemption Forms
UKMFA and ANH
PROMIC COVID-19 Vaccine Medical Exemption Forms
UKMFA and Alliance for Natural Health International (ANH) have created an umbrella organisation called PROMIC (Professionals for Medical Informed Consent and Non-Discrimination) for organisations of health professionals, scientists and lawyers, established in August 2021.
On the PROMIC website we have published three COVID-19 Vaccine Medical Exemption forms - one for a health professional to sign and two self-exemption forms (one for adults and one for under 16s for the parent to sign).
There is also an Informed Consent Letter Template on the website for your GP to sign confirming that s/he has consulted with you and obtained full, legal informed consent. If this is not possible then s/he can sign accordingly and you can proceed to apply for vaccine exemption.
The two main objectives of PROMIC are to facilitate:
- Properly informed medical consent, especially in relation to COVID-19 vaccination and testing, and;
- the avoidance of discrimination by governments authorities, institutions or private companies based on an individual’s COVID-19 vaccination or testing status.
UKMFA Open Letter to Employers re Proposed COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
20/08/21 UPDATED v2
The UKMFA, Lawyers for Liberty and The Workers Union of England have published an Open Letter, for employees and potential employees to share with employers who are proposing to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for their employees. View LetterDownload PDFDownload PDF (Scottish Law)
We outline the legal rights of the employee to informed consent and medical freedom, and relevant employment law protections afforded to employees. We summarise the legal duties of employers. We also summarise the potential risks of COVID-19 vaccines and the trial data which indicates that COVID-19 vaccines do NOT prevent infection or transmission of the virus.
Legal Advice Network
Open Letter to Government and CQC re Care Home Vaccine Mandates
The Legal Advice Network has written an Open Letter to the UK Government, the CQC and Care England, published 26 July 2021, summarising the existing legislation which deems that any statutory provision for care workers (or any other workers) to be vaccinated is unenforceable. It also warns that if any harm results to care workers from mandated vaccines, this may require compensation from employers.
This is a useful document for a care worker to share with their employer if necessary.Download PDF
Template Letters & Campaigns
The Legal Café
Help for Medical/Nursing Students
The Legal Café is a not for profit company, set up to provide help to workers, students and business owners. They have a network solicitor who is offering to help medical students/student nurses in the NHS who are feeling coerced into taking the vaccine to stay in education.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire with the Subject: Medical Student.Visit Website
Workers of England Union
Stand Against Mandatory Vaccines
WoEU have put together Template Letters for employees to send to their managers and/or senior personnel as appropriate, for both NHS Trust employees and those in the health sector but not employed by an NHS Trust.
The letters (almost identical but only one refers to Trusts) are designed for use by any workers who may be affected by mandatory vaccinations in the health sector.Visit Website
Workers of England Union
Statement of Truth to obtain Clinical Vaccine Exemption
Members of WoEU are being offered help in obtaining a clinical exemption.Visit Website
"No to Vaccine Mandates" Campaign
Together are running a campaign is to help employees who are being pressured to have COVID-19 vaccines to keep their job.
There are letters and explanatory notes you can download to give to your employer and a leaflet to help spread the word.Visit Website
NHS100K is a grassroots movement bringing together all those affected by the NHS/CQC COVID-19 vaccine mandates. They want to promote ACTION – please visit the website for a list of actions you can take now to help fight these mandates either as an affected member of staff or as a supporter.Visit Website
Law or Fiction
Stand Against Mandatory Vaccination (NHS and Health Sector)
Law or Fiction have put together advice and a Template Letter to aid employees facing COVID-19 vaccine mandates to resist strategies that may be deployed to coerce them to give in and accept vaccines under the new legislation.Visit Website
"No Jab No Job" Legal Letter
The solicitors PJH Law have put together a legal template letter to help 'unvaccinated employees' to satisfy Government vaccine mandate requirements for employers and gain a COVID-19 Vaccine Medical Exempt status, thus enabling them to keep their job.
We strongly advise that anyone facing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate from their employer to use this letter to claim and uphold their legal right to informed consent, bodily autonomy and non-discrimination.Download PDF
Campaign for Care Workers facing COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
New campaign for anyone affected by the "No Jab No Job" Regulations, Awakened World has a dedicated advice page. You can download their "Care Home Worker Letter" to send to your employer, and there's also a PDF that explains the relevant law and your legal rights, to inform you and your employer, in the links below.Learn MoreDownload PDFDownload Word Doc
Template Letter for Care Home/NHS Workers to send to Employer re COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
The Covid-19 Assembly have published a letter for care home workers to send to their employers regarding compulsory vaccination. The letter has been written by a team of employment solicitors in the UK. It can also be adapted for NHS staff and trades people who go into care homes.
The letter is a free resource and can be used as is, or customised to meet your individual circumstances.Visit Website