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Will Your Child’s Cali. Medical Exemption Be Good When Schools Reopen in the Fall?

Will Your Child’s Cali. Medical Exemption Be Good When Schools Reopen in the Fall?

I have been getting that question a lot lately. It is understandable with all that is going on. The answer is that I don’t know and I don’t think anyone can know for three reasons. First, Senator Pan had to give-up some important ground at the end of the last session, via SB 714 which watered down some of SB 276’s more onerous provisions. The biggest problem (from the regulators’ point of view) with the current SB276/714 law is that…

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Caesar Has Spoken! The Cali. Department of Public Health Provides Answers to (Some of) Your Questions about Vaccine Medical Exemptions

Caesar Has Spoken! The Cali. Department of Public Health Provides Answers to (Some of) Your Questions about Vaccine Medical Exemptions

A couple days ago, the California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”) Immunization Branch (the head of which is otherwise hopefully soon to be known as “Defendant” in Ken Stoller’s lawsuit) published “Vaccinations and Medical Exemptions Questions and Answers.” Here it it. Every vaccine concerned parent should read it. https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Vaccinations-Q-A.aspx The good news is that it gives authoritative answers to many, but not all of the questions that I have seen circulating in the California vaccine concerned community. Here is the…

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