Sarah Webb is a healthy mother of two young children from British Columbia.
She currently works in hospitality as a hotel manager in BC and Alberta.
In April 2021, Sarah became eligible to receive her Covid-19 vaccination and booked her appointment in accordance with the prescribed guidelines in Alberta and BC.
On May 2, 2021, Sarah received her first dose of the Moderna vaccine.
On Saturday, May 8, just days after receiving her first dose, a lymph node on Sarah's armpit began to swell.
By 6:00 pm that same evening, a rock-hard lump also appeared on her shoulder where the vaccine was administered. This was accompanied by sharp pain and difficulty raising her arm.
Later that evening, Sarah attended the Emergency Department of the Rockyview general hospital in Calgary, AB. The hospital conducted an ultrasound which showed large amounts of fluid under the lump that had formed on her arm.
Sarah was advised she was having an adverse reaction to the Covid-19 Vaccine, was prescribed antibiotics and was discharged from the hospital.
The following day, Sarah's adverse reactions worsened and she later attended the Emergency Department of the hospital again where she was advised by another physician that the reaction was likely an infection brought on by the COVID-19 vaccine.
At this time, Sarah was advised by the physician to not move forward with receiving her second dose of the Moderna vaccine.
After keeping a log of all her symptoms, Sarah was later advised by her family physician that her symptoms are directly
related to her receipt of the Covid-19 Vaccine in May of 2021.
On Monday, August 23, 2021, Premier John Horgan alongside Dr. Bonnie Henry, BC's Provincial Health Officer, and Adrian Dix, BC's Minister of Health announced that starting September 13, 2021, proof of vaccination will be required in British Columbia for all people attending certain social and recreational settings and events.
This vaccine card announcement shows that the government intends to require all people in BC to be vaccinated in order to access restaurants, indoor theatre/dance/symphony events, fitness centres/gyms, and organized indoor events such as conferences, meetings, and workshops.
Sarah regularly works and lives in BC and has to engage with businesses and events that are incorporated within the vaccine restrictions for her job.
She is physically unable to receive her second dose.
The Vaccine Card Orders unjustifiably infringe upon fundamental freedoms and rights protected by the Charter and to that extent should be of no force and effect.
That's why we, in partnership with The Democracy fund, have taken on Sarah's case. We have hired a team of lawyers to fight Vaccine Passports in court.
Our team of lawyers has issued a petition for an injunction to the BC Supreme Court.
You can learn more about Sarah's legal proceedings and follow along for updates on this page.
Sarah's Sworn Affidavit:
Petition to the Court: