LAUSD Los Angeles Unified School District child mandated vaccination policy not based on science, If the vaccines worked they would not be concerned with spread, FAQ lies from their website
“two papers published May 19 in the journal of Hospital Pediatrics found pediatric hospitalizations for COVID were overcounted by at least 40%, carrying potential implications for nationwide figures used to justify vaccinating children.”...The Defender
“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”…Dr. Steven Roth
“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”…WHO
From the LAUSD Los Angeles Unified School District website.
“Student Vaccination Requirement
The science is clear – vaccinations are an essential part of protection against COVID-19. In order to reduce transmission and ensure students can remain on campus in the safest possible environment and receive the best education possible, Los Angeles Unified is now requiring all students who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination to be fully vaccinated by Monday, January 10, 2022, unless they have a qualified exemption. Proof of vaccination must be uploaded to the Daily Pass.
All students who are 12 years of age and older and are part of in-person extracurricular programs must receive their first vaccine dose by no later than October 3, 2021 and their second dose by no later than October 31, 2021. All students who are 12 years of age and older must receive their first vaccine dose by no later than November 21, 2021 and their second dose by no later than December 19, 2021. All other students must receive their first vaccine dose by no later than 30 days after their 12th birthday, and their second dose by no later than 8 weeks after their 12th birthday.
Students and families that have questions or concerns regarding the vaccine are encouraged to call our family hotline at 213-443-1300 and review our Frequently Asked Questions.
For the latest information on our vaccine clinics, or to make a vaccine appointment, please visit https://achieve.lausd.net/covidvaccineappt.
From the FAQ Frequently Asked Questions.
“Why should I vaccinate my child if cases are low and children aren’t severely impacted by COVID-19?
Vaccinating students age 12 and over is an important part of creating the safest possible environment at schools, and protects the student’s family members.
The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that in May 2021 youth accounted for 22 percent of new COVID-19 cases in the U.S., when in Spring 2020 youth cases were only around three percent. It is important to get young people vaccinated to prevent new cases from increasing, starting with our 12 to 18-year-olds.
Are the vaccines safe for youth?
After clinical trials showed the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and highly effective in protection against severe illness, hospitalization and death in those aged 12 to 15, the FDA granted emergency use of the Pfizer vaccine for this next eligible age group. This is the same vaccine that has already been safely administered to millions of California adults, including 30 percent of people aged 16 and 17.
What side effects are seen in adolescents?
Side effects for young people are similar to those experienced by adults which could include a sore arm, fever, fatigue, chills, headache, and nausea. Some experience more symptoms than others while others have none.
As with any other vaccine, medical experts state that mild symptoms are normal and are a sign that the body is building immunity and it is important to remember that the vaccines have proven to be safe and effective for all of us.
It is important for those who receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines to return for their second dose in order to gain the full protection the vaccines have to offer.”
Children have a near zero statistical chance of dying from Covid19.
Vaccinating children to prevent the spread of Covid19 is an admission that the vaccines do not work. CDC director Walensky has admitted that the vaccines do not prevent getting or spreading Covid19.
The VAERS databases as well as news reports has confirmed deaths and serious injuries in under age 18 vaccinations.
There is only risk and no benefit in child vaccinations.
Protect the children!
Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele