STUDENT WITH GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDROME, 18, IS DENIED ADMISSION TO BYU-HAWAII AND LOSES $200K SCHOLARSHIP FOR REFUSING TO GET COVID VACCINE AFTER DOCTORS SAID IT COULD WORSEN HER CONDITION | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

STUDENT WITH GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDROME, 18, IS DENIED ADMISSION TO BYU-HAWAII AND LOSES $200K SCHOLARSHIP FOR REFUSING TO GET COVID VACCINE AFTER DOCTORS SAID IT COULD WORSEN HER CONDITION

An incoming college freshman was denied admission to her dream school and lost $200,000 in scholarships because she would not get vaccinated against coronavirus due to a pre-existing medical condition.

Olivia Sandor, 18, said Brigham Young University–Hawaii (BYUH) denied her fall admission due to state and college vaccination requirements, despite the fact that they had already awarded her scholarship money.

Sandor, who suffers from Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), shared her story on Sean Hannity's Fox News program on Monday night and explained how she'd requested an exemption from the school's vaccination requirement after her team of medical providers advised against her getting the COVID-19 shot.

But the university denied her request for exemption - and told her to re-enroll after getting vaccinated.

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