Make-A-Wish Foundation CEO Richard Davis has announced in a video that they will only be helping vaccinated terminally ill children.
Children and any relatives accompanying them to get their wish will all need to have been fully vaccinated at least two weeks prior.
Richard Davis, CEO of @MakeAWish Foundation is refusing to grant wishes to kids/families who are not fully vaccinated.
Imagine that convo between a parent and this dick for a moment “Sorry, johnny can’t have his DYING wish because he is not vaccinated… he might get COVID” pic.twitter.com/q6Cbkbp4Xr
— Natalie F Danelishen (@Chesschick01) June 26, 2021
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The charity said it will not require proof of vaccination but will make families sign a waiver saying that they are.
Davis did not appear to make any exceptions for children who are under 12-years-old and cannot be vaccinated in the video. The Gateway Pundit has reached out to them for clarification and will update when it is provided.
Wishes that involve air travel will resume as soon as September 15.