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3-Year-Old Cannot Watch New York City Ballet Due to COVID-19 Vaxx Status

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New York City has morphed into the most discriminatory place in the United States.

‘The Big Apple’ has COVID-19 jab mandates on public and private sector workers, mask mandates on public transport, and mask mandates on toddlers.

Although the city lifted its ‘Key to NYC’ earlier this year, some establishments still enforce COVID-19 jab mandates to enter.

The New York City Ballet is one such cultural venue perpetuating disgusting medical discrimination, a lawsuit alleges.

An unvaccinated 3-year-old girl can’t see shows at the New York City Ballet because the theater still requires the jab  — which she is too young to receive, new court papers allege.

From the New York Post:

Her dad — identified in court documents as C.L. – brought a class-action age-discrimination lawsuit against the NYCB for their policy which requires patrons to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated, according to the Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit from Wednesday.

The city lifted the proof-of-vaccination mandate for businesses in March.

The toddler, who is taking weekly ballet lessons, saw a billboard at the Lincoln Center for performances she wanted to attend. But she couldn’t see the shows at the David H. Koch Theater in May 2022 because she isn’t 5 — the minimum age that the Centers for Disease Control has deemed eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, her suit claims.

“We were riding the bus and she is the one who saw [the billboard] and got excited like ‘Daddy, daddy! I want to go see the ballet!” the 49-year-old father told The Post. “There were many shows that she wanted to watch but she couldn’t watch any of them.”

“Why should an entire age group be precluded from going? It’s classic age discrimination,” the Upper West Side dad said.

“The arts serve as an educational experience, a cultural experience and also an artistic experience,” C.L. said. “To preclude an entire class of individuals from that experience would seem to be unfair.”

C.L., who asked his full name not be used, sent an email to the ballet about this issue but he never received an answer, the suit alleges.

The suit claims that the ballet allows exemptions for medical and religious reasons for adults — who are more of a risk of spreading the virus than children under 5 would be.

“Defendant’s ostensible rationale for discriminating against children under five in the enjoyment of its public accommodation cannot be credited, given that defendant prohibits entry of some unvaccinated individuals who present an exceedingly low risk of COVID- 19 transmission while allowing entry of other unvaccinated individuals — the disabled and some religious believers—who present a far higher risk of such,” the suit charges.

New York City – The city that hates children and discriminates against individuals who aren’t Big Pharma guinea pigs.





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