College Sophomore Expelled for Refusing COVID-19 Booster, Doctor Said Getting Booster Was ‘Ill-Advised’ Due to Severe Health Complications Following 2nd Dose

College Sophomore Expelled for Refusing COVID-19 Booster, Doctor Said Getting Booster Was ‘Ill-Advised’ Due to Severe Health Complications Following 2nd Dose


A sophomore at Union College, a liberal arts college in New York that receives federal funding, has been expelled for refusing to take a COVID-19 booster shot.

Diamond “Ellie” Puentes, whose doctor wrote a letter to the college warning that a COVID-19 booster dose was “ill-advised,” has been experiencing severe health problems “presumably caused by the vaccine itself.”

. @UnionCollege Sophomore Gets Expelled for Refusing Booster Shot, Despite Her Doctor Saying Her Getting Booster Is ‘Ill-Advised’ https://t.co/yGSsufvMNR

— Mary Talley Bowden MD (@MdBreathe) April 30, 2022

We should not be forced to inject something into our bodies, especially when we don’t feel safe doing so. You should never have to be faced with the choice between health and education.

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— Ellie Puentes (@ElliePuentes)

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