California school districts do not comply with Newsome’s COVID-19 vaccine obligations ready to accept costs

NS California The school district announced on Wednesday that it wouldn’t stick Governor Gavin NewsomPending COVID-19 Vaccine obligation..

With a 5-0 vote, the Caravelas Unified School District Council decided not to “support, enforce, or comply” with its mission. FOX40 report..

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The decision will be made during the meeting on Tuesday and will apply to both students and staff. According to CUSD, they will discuss mask obligations and test protocols at a meeting on November 23, and in some cases make decisions.

The district has previously stated that it is aware of possible implications such as loss of funds and “other formal actions.”

The district’s decision not to comply with the mission will be made approximately one week after the US health authorities finally approve the dose of child-sized vaccinations for children aged 5 to 11 years.

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Doctors at Sutter Health recently said that vaccination of children is the best way to get them to school.

Last year, COVID-19-related deaths became one of the top 10 causes of death for children aged 5 to 11 years.

Fox News asked Newsom’s office for comment, but didn’t respond immediately.