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  11:00 pm
Commenter: Andrew Beall

No to Mandatory Vaccine

I am beyond shocked that the Loudoun County School Board would even consider injecting children as young as 5, with an experimental vaccine that has yet to undergo successful field trial experiments with less than 1% adverse reactions. Not to mention long term effects (5-10 years out)  that no one knows anything about at this point, because the vaccine is so new. However, my most important argument for saying no to this for my 5 yr old daughter and eventually for my 3yr old son when he arrives at kindergarten, is this. How can you take away my right to express my religious beliefs through avoiding the Covid vaccine? By removing the religious exemption, you are taking away my personal freedom of being able to practice my religious beliefs and have the freedoms to choose or not to choose this for my family. We all know the vaccine was created from fetal tissue and it says in God’s Word, “Thou shall not kill”, which is also why we are absolutely opposed to abortion and anything that would use aborted fetal tissue. My daughter and son are too young to fight so my wife and I will fight for them  by letting our voices be heard. If you still choose to push this agenda through, our son and daughter will no longer attend LCPS system and we will discuss alternative options immediately, even if it means leaving the state and moving to another  state that still upholds the Constitution and religious freedom. 

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