by Shelley Tzorfas: Vaccine requirements for school vary from state to state but in all states except two, there are religious or personal, philosophical or conscientious belief exemptions. By law, public schools must allow for the exemptions but religious private schools might not accept exemptions.
There are three basic facts you should remember when you are exercising your right to make an informed, voluntary vaccination choice for yourself or your child in America:
- Informed Consent is a Human Right:The right to voluntary, informed consent to a medical intervention, including use of a pharmaceutical product such as a vaccine that can injure or kill you or your child, is a human right.
While the State may have the legal authority to mandate use of vaccines, nobody has the moral authority to FORCE you to get vaccinated or vaccinate your child without your voluntary, informed consent
- Vaccine Laws Have Exemptions: In 1905, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the legal authority of state governments to pass laws requiring citizens residing in the state to use certain vaccines.
Today, all 50 states have enacted vaccine laws that require proof of vaccination for children to attend daycare, elementary, junior and high school and college.
Vaccine requirements vary from state to state and all 50 states allow a medical exemption to vaccination; 48 states allow a religious exemption to vaccination; and 18 states allow a personal, philosophical or conscientious belief exemption to vaccination.
To find out what your state vaccine law says and which exemptions you may take and how to take them, click here.
- Freedom is Not Free, Become a Vaccine Choice Advocate: Many state governments now require nearly three dozen doses of more than a dozen vaccines to attend school. Medical and religious exemptions are becoming harder to get and exemptions for reasons of conscience are under attack by proponents of forced vaccination.
The National Vaccine Information Center is working with citizens in states to expand or protect legal exemptions to vaccination. read more
Exemptions are getting harder to get and it is downright confusing to most folks when they continually hear about new vaccine mandates. You are not getting the whole truth when you hear on the news or the radio that children will not be permitted to enter school without shots. Even people fully against vaccines still believe that their children must get them for school. On top of that notion there are new vaccines entering the market at a rapid pace and people have no idea that some were licensed in the year 2000 though an increase of seizures, fevers and even 12 cases of death were realized before the vaccine was approved.
5 of the deaths according to an article by Dr. Mercola were counted as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, SIDS. Something I almost never heard of prior to the new laws giving vaccine manufactures immunity from lawsuits if children died or seizured as a result of vaccines. It was pointed out that a pneumonia vaccine was tested against a meningitis vaccine and a real placebo was not used. This in my opinion is like testing a new diabetes drug up against a sugar pill. That actually happened. Parents do not realize that their baby started getting new pneumonia vaccines in the year 2000 at 2 through 15 months of age. Yet we all know by now that the number of autistic children has skyrocketed since 2000.
By contacting the National Vaccine Information Center, you can learn how to exempt your child in your state. I am never surprised at how many young parents contact the NVIC for a vaccine exemption for their SECOND child, once their first child seizured since getting vaccines. I am also not surprised at how many healthy, non-autistic, non-ADHD children there are in families where the first child was injured and the second child never received a vaccine. Families like that are on the front-line. The more they speak up, the greater chance that others will remain open to educating themselves as to vaccine ingredients, risks of vaccines and actually seek out healthcare providers that are not so “Trigger-happy.”
Remember, at best, protection from disease by injections only lasts from several months to a few years, thus booster after booster must be received. A natural infection like Chickenpox lasts a lifetime. A vaccine injury can last a lifetime as well.
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