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Make-A-Wish Foundation says it will not mandate vaccinations to grant wishes for children

FILE – In this Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019 photo, a girl holds a sign while waiting for her cousin to arrive for a surprise Make-A-Wish announcement in Rogers, Ark. (Ben Goff/The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette via AP)

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UPDATED 7:19 AM PT – Tuesday, June 29, 2021

The Make-A-Wish Foundation is clarifying its stance on COVID-19 vaccinations following massive public outcry.

Last week, the charity organization released a statement explaining their COVID-19 vaccination requirement after a video of Make-A-Wish CEO Richard Davis circulated online. The video appeared to show Davis announcing new guidelines for granting children’s wishes.

This is literally a new low for humanity. Terminally ill children will not be granted a wish.. from the make a wish foundation… unless.. you guessed it.. they’re fully vaccinated.

— Pelham_3 (@Pelham_3) June 24, 2021

According to him, any wishes involving air travel or large gatherings such as trips to amusement parks or sporting events would be limited to only fully-vaccinated children and their families.

After immense backlash from the public as well as celebrities such as actor Rob Schneider, the organization released another statement confirming “Make-A-Wish will not require anyone to get vaccinated to get a wish.”

Thank you for changing course, Make A Wish, and not punishing families but rather letting them decide for themselves what medical interventions they Wish to make.

— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) June 28, 2021

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