Australian law enforcement prosecuted Anthony Khallouf, 29, for 'breaches of public health orders' which include 'traveling from Queensland to Sydney' and involvement 'planning an unauthorized protest for this weekend.'
The 17-time Grammy winner who has criticized lock-down measures and described his harrowing adverse reaction to the AstraZeneca shot, said he would 'reserve the right to cancel' events if concert-goers are forced to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to attend.
Students at Indiana University who do not take a vaccine by the appointed deadline have their class registrations canceled. Those who qualify for an exemption are required to undergo twice-a-week testing, forced quarantine if exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID-19, and mandatory mask-wearing on university property.
Pierre Dulau, a philosopher and teacher of philosophy at the university of Strasbourg made the comments during a recent in which he also discussed his new book analyzing the impact of mask mandates on the social contract, and the unique importance of the human face.