Bloomberg Law  |  November 30, 2021

Receiving an exemption on religious and medical grounds isn’t easy and most requests are typically denied. “It’s very rarely authentic and legitimate for somebody to claim an exemption,” said Lawrence Gostin, a public health and law professor at Georgetown University. Sometimes people claim a medical exemption first, Gostin added, and if that doesn’t work, they apply for a religious exemption.

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