ICAN wrote to the Chief of California’s OSHA to request that, to the extent that CAL OSHA’S recommendations will allow less stringent mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals, those less stringent mask rules also be applied to those who have had COVID- 19.

ICAN’s attorneys outlined for CAL OSHA why restrictions on the rights and civil liberties of those have had COVID-19, beyond the restrictions placed on the fully vaccinated, are not supported by the existing science.  To support the argument, ICAN attached a declaration from Dr. Peter McCullough justifying why natural immunity is just as good as, if not better than, immunity induced from a COVID-19 vaccine.

In addition, ICAN explained that there have been concerns raised by medical professionals that vaccinating those recently infected can lead to serious injury or death by causing antigen specific tissue inflammation in any tissues harboring viral antigens.

An estimated 33.5 million individuals in the United States have had a reported case of COVID-19 and the CDC estimates that there have been over 114 million infections.  Dr. Marty Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine recently called the failure to lift restrictions on those that had COVID-19 as “one of the biggest failures of our current medical leadership.”

Hopefully CAL OSHA will acknowledge the science and put the interests of individuals before the profits of big pharma.