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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11/28/22  11:31 am
Commenter: Laura

Immunizations for school children

I would like to respectfully submit comments concerning immunizations for Virginia's school children.  First, I would like to say that Virginians are Americans, and there is nothing more important to Americans than freedom.  This includes all of our freedoms enumerated in our Constitution and in the Bill of Rights.  It also includes the freedom of bodily autonomy.  This is a freedom that most of us took for granted until the heinous and unconstitutional vaccine mandates were dropped upon us like cannon balls.  Here in Virginia we went to the polls in the middle of this deluge and we voted against mandates in all forms and we won.  We have made it clear that bodily autonomy, especially as it relates to the parent-child relationship, is more important to us in Virginia than any kind of "protection" our government can promise us.  Virginia parents are not stupid and are fully capable, when we are given all the information available, of making the best decisions for our children.

Based on these facts, I respectfully ask that no childhood immunizations be mandated in order for Virginia children to attend school, either in an institution or at home.  This should apply to all immunizations but especially to the Covid RNA therapy on which no long term testing has been done and which has been shown to cause more harm than good.

Medical decisions, which are part of bodily autonomy, are made by parents and no one else, and should be encouraged to be made with the informed consent necessary to ensure that these decisions are made freely and with all information available.

Thank you for your time.

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