Q: Password: I have been locked out/forgot password
A: Please search inside your registration email for an email from: to locate the unique password created for you. If you are unable to find that please reach out to Octoberconferencewebinar@gmail.com for assistance
Q: What are your rules for sharing/copying material from the conference (articles or films) with family or friends/church or on social media?
A: NVIC is greatly encouraged by the numbers of supporters who helped sponsor and purchased tickets for the 5th International Conference on Vaccination: Protecting Health and Autonomy in the 21st Century held online Oct. 16-18, 2020. The financial support by concerned citizens and groups committed to health freedom made it possible for NVIC to coordinate and engage professionals to technically produce our conference online during a year when social distancing and travel restrictions made it impossible for us to hold the conference in a hotel.
The cutting-edge information on vaccine science, policy, law, and protecting civil liberties and the human right to informed consent to medical risk-taking presented by 51 distinguished speakers at our conference is an important compilation of knowledge that has been viewed by thousands of people around the world. This intellectual property remains available to those who have purchased tickets and tickets are still being sold.
We fully understand the urgency of addressing proposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates and elimination of vaccine exemptions in 2021 state legislative sessions and are moving as quickly as possible to make the information presented at the conference more widely available both online and in print form. NVIC is creating a permanent conference website that will make speaker presentations more accessible to the public online in early 2021, and we also are formally publishing the conference proceedings in a book next year.
Please register for the free online NVIC Advocacy Portal to get email action alerts about vaccine bills moving in your state and be put into electronic contact with your own legislators. Go to NVIC.org to access referenced information on diseases and vaccines and subscribe to NVIC's free online weekly journal newspaper The Vaccine Reaction. Become an NVIC follower and stay in touch with us on social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, MeWe, Parler, Telegram, U-Tube, Bitchute and Vimeo.