Federal Agency Making Lists On ‘Personal Religious Information’ Of Vaccine-Objecting Employees

Federal Agency Making Lists On ‘Personal Religious Information’ Of Vaccine-Objecting Employees


A small federal administrative agency will start to collect the “personal religious information” of its own employees who object to taking coronavirus vaccines for religious reasons.

The Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Colombia, which assists judicial officers in the D.C. court system, announced on Tuesday its “intent to create the Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia Privacy Act system of records, the ‘Employee Religious Exception Request Information System.’”

The agency said:

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This system of records maintains personal religious information collected in response to religious accommodation requests for religious exception from the federally mandated vaccination requirement in the context of a public health emergency or similar health and safety incident, such as a pandemic, epidemic, natural disaster or national or regional emergency; and/or any other

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