Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
Virginia Department of Health
State Board of Health
Regulations for the Immunization of School Children [12 VAC 5 ‑ 110]
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10/17/21  10:33 pm
Commenter: Anonymous

reasons supporting no required vaccinations for school children and teachers

I strongly oppose vaccine mandates for both out school children and our teachers. To force a vaccine on our children and teachers violates the doctor patient relationship, which should be a private decision. We are a nation and state of free people, and the forcing of a vaccine is a violation of our rights under the Constitution, which includes the right to privacy. Also, at this time all the covid vaccines are a part of the Emergency Use Authorization (EAU), which has fine print that states that a vaccine cannot be forced on a person if it is an EUA. Choosing to take the vaccine can only be voluntary. Those Comirnaty has been approved by the FDA, it is not available in the US. The vaccination study from Israel with over half a million people shows that natural immunity is 13 times more effective at protecting a person from Covid than the vaccine. Otherwise, persons that had the vaccination were 13 times more likely to contract Covid 19 and be hospitalized from it, than if they had natural immunity. The decision of vaccination should be left up to the individual and the parents. If the person has already had Covid-19, they are far safer than those who have received the vaccine shot. Also, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VERS) shows that many adverse effects have been shown from the vaccine, to include death.  We need more time to understand the long-term effects of these experimental vaccines. Mandating them when truly not listening to the science or the scientific long-term effects could have tragic implications upon our school children, our teachers, and future generations.

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