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  11:27 pm
Commenter: Peter

No Covid Vaccine Mandates for Children, Teachers and Staff

I respectfully urge you to oppose Covid vaccine mandates for students and school employees.  Results have shown that the complication risks of Covid 19 vaccines greatly outweigh the benefits on those with healthy immune systems. The mandate presents a serious breach of the civil rights for those subject to the mandates.

Data from the VAERS system and the WHO adverse events reporting system report that COVID vaccines have caused a large number of injuries and deaths, including myocarditis, blood clots, Guillain-Barre, heart attack, stroke and anaphylaxis, resulting in life long suffering and serious disability as well as death.

The vaccines are experimental, and emergency use only.  The FDA has approved BioNTech & Pfizer Comirnaty vaccine which is not yet available in the United States.  Therefore, all Covid vaccines available in the US have only been granted EUA at this time.  The pharmaceutical companies are immune from liability for any harms caused by the vaccine.

The mortality rate for children from COVID, based on CDC data on COVID deaths and population statistics for the first 9 months of 2021 was 0.001%. This low level of mortality does not justify such drastic measures.

The vaccines do not prevent infection with COVID. 

Recent testimony by insiders has indicated that the pharmaceutical companies have mislead and even lied to the public about the use of fetal cells in the testing process and in the vaccines.

The proposed petition does not allow for religious accommodation/exemption which is a violation of our 1st Amendment rights as United States citizens.

I respectfully urge that no mandate for Covid vaccines be imposed on students, teachers and staff of Public and Private Schools in the state of Virginia.

Thank you for your time.

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