College student denied admission to dream school despite vaccine exemption for medical history – Fox News

Inbound college freshman Olivia Sandor was rejected admission into her dream institution, BYU Hawaii, after requesting to be exempt from taking the COVID-19 vaccine due to her high-risk medical history.Sandor shared her story on “Hannity” Monday and explained how, after being given a vaccine back in 2019, she was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome – which left her paralyzed from the waist down for more than a month. After getting word that BYU would be requiring all trainees to be vaccinated, Sandors team of medical providers advised her against being injected with the non-FDA-approved coronavirus vaccine and wrote her a letter of exemption.STUDENTS SAY SOCIAL MEDIA USERS, NOT GOVERNMENT, CAN DETERMINE COVID MISINFORMATION” I do not wish to relapse and have another episode of Guillain-Barre,” she stated. “Its really, really not worth it to me.” BYU denied her admission to the school, despite $200,000 in scholarship cash currently talented to Sandor, blaming the call on state vaccination mandates.” Despite what the internet says, I really think that the vaccine is not suggested for me,” Sandor said. “And if you feel that its needed for you to get vaccinated, then by all ways; I have nothing versus you. I do not feel that those with medical exemptions should be pushed to have this vaccine.” The student expressed she does not “have anywhere to turn” for her future after receiving her rejection and losing on a crucial financial scholarship.COMMON CHOLESTEROL DRUG MAY REDUCE COVID-19 SEVERITY, STUDY FINDS” Because BYU Hawaii didnt let us understand that this would be mandated till the middle of June, all those scholarships are gone,” she stated. “I actually dont know where Im going to turn or what my next actions are.” Fox News contributor Dr. Nicole Saphier joined the discussion to discuss that Guillain-Barre Syndrome can be set off by the COVID vaccine, and stated she comprehends Sandors apprehension in spite of acknowledging that she is more at danger of contracting the infection than others.” As long as she is continuing to safeguard herself from COVID-19, whether it be masking or whatever shes doing, I would likewise be just as scared of the viral infection,” the doctor said.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP” In terms of going to Hawaii, they require to be more versatile due to the fact that as soon as shes on that island when they have shown through screening and through quarantining that she does not have the virus, she is not placing anybody else at danger,” she explained. “She is at threat as someone who has actually suffered one of these effects.”