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  11:34 pm
Commenter: Concerned mother of four children


COVID-19 is a new disease and there’s still a lot of uncertainty around it. Vaccines were developed in a very short time and didn’t go through rigorous long-term studies required to proof their safety. Side and adverse effects are being registered all over the world, including anaphylaxis, face paralysis, blood clots, morbidity, and mortality cases. 
Data available to date gives us reason to believe that vaccination at this stage might not only pose individual health risks, but also doesn’t ensure protection for others. 
As it states on CDC website updated April 27, 2021, public health experts are still learning how well vaccines keep people from spreading the disease, how long they can protect, and how effective they are against other variants of the virus. Moreover, if you’re vaccinated, you still can get the disease. Multiple side effects are possible - they can be devastating or even fatal. 
Given all the above, there should be NO MANDATORY VACCINATION!

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