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Some States are Moving to block COVID Vaccination Requirements in Public Schools
As the return to school approaches, some states are banning public schools from asking COVID-19 vaccination or proof of immunization for students from pre-K to university.
A CNN analysis found that at least seven states – Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Montana, Oklahoma and Utah – enacted legislation last year that would prevent public schools from requesting any vaccinations in coronavirus or vaccination status documentation.
White House to Ask SMS Carriers to Monitor Vaccine ‘Wrong Information’ in Private Text Messages
The Biden administration and allied groups, including the Democratic National Committee (DNC), “plan to aggressively engage with fact-checkers and work on SMS [Short Message Service] carriers to eliminate misinformation about vaccines sent on social media and text messages, ”according to a report today on Politico by White House reporters Natasha Korecki and Eugene Daniels.
The initiative is part of the administration’s effort to vaccinate more people for COVID after failure to achieve its goal with 70% of American adults receiving at least one dose of the vaccine by July 4th.
Indiana University Students Aging Beyond Vaccine Mandate Appear in Federal Court Tuesday
The group, represented by James Bopp, Jr., is asking for a judge to suspend the vaccine mandate until the lawsuit is over.
In a press release, Bopp said tomorrow’s arguments are crucial to students’ rights to education “free from unnecessary restrictions, and the right to consent to medical treatment.” He added that a vaccine mandate is “unreasonable, even unreasonable, and out of the mainstream,” as most areas are starting to take COVID-19 bans.
DC Mother Furious After Tennis Camp at School Forces Kids to Wear Extreme Mask
“I took my daughter out of camp. And it was the hottest day of the year, 98 degrees. When I went to get him, he seemed sick. And I asked him when he got in the car if he would keep his mask outside for three hours of tennis and he said yes, ”Ashley McGuire said.Fox and Friends. ”
The mother of four “can’t believe” that the Sidwell Friends School summer camp called her to complain that her daughter kept ruining her mask. “I thought to myself, you know which one of us has to play tennis outside for three hours wearing a mask. I think it’s unbelievable, unfair, and unhealthy. It’s not based on science what we ask kids to do, ”McGuire said.
Why Facebook Really Doesn’t Want to Deny Extremism
Last year, the Wall Street Journal reports Facebook Executives are said to have stopped internal research showing the platform has increased political polarization and refused to make changes that could make the platform less disjointed.
Why might Facebook be hesitant to reduce polarization on its platform? Amua study, recently published in the Procedings of the National Academy of Science, may provide an answer.
Charleston College Revises COVID Vaccination Policies Following Concerns Raised by SC Attorney General
the College of Charleston changes policies regarding COVID-19 vaccinations for students this summer and fall after parents have expressed concerns at school – and at the attorney general’s office in South Carolina Alan Wilson.
Documents obtained by this news outlet reveal that Wilson’s office is filled with questions about school policies – which should have required undergraduate students to subject themselves to the monthly COVID test- 19 or face unspecified penalties.
Idaho Legislators at COVID’s Mandatory Vaccine Special Eye Session
Republican state senators plan to meet this week to discuss the possibility of a special session after three major health care providers announced policies that require hiring employees. COVID-19 the vaccinations, preceded the Senate Republican on Monday.
Senate Pro Tempore Chuck Winder says Republican senators will meet online Friday morning amid growing calls for a special session of employers NEEDS coronavirus vaccines.
California Backtracks on Banning Unmasked Students from School Campuses
California issues a new rule on Monday banned uncovered students from school campuses but lifted it a few hours later.
Published by the California Department of Health Public on COVID-19 health instruction for Golden State K-12 schools for the 2021-2022 school year, including the new mandate stating that students “must” wear face masks indoors, unless they are exempted due to medical condition, and that “schools must exclude students from campus” if they refuse to do so.
The instruction, which was first published Monday afternoon and took effect immediately, said schools “should provide alternative educational opportunities for students who are not on campus because they don’t wear a face mask. . “
France, Greece Mandates Health Workers to Get Vaccinated
Officials in France and Greece have announced plans to vaccinate health workers, such as contagious COVID-19 The delta variant continues to cause case outbreaks around the world.
French Health Minister Olivier Véran on Monday said the country’s health workers would be suspended without pay if their vaccination series was not completed on September 15, according to The Washington Post.
Germany Does Not Need COVID Vaccine – Merkel
Germany will not vaccinate against COVID-19 Forced, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday, adding that ensuring more Germans are vaccinated, sticking to distance rules and testing should help avoid a fourth wave.
“We have no intention of going down this old,” Merkel said at a news conference. “There is no forced vaccination.”
Factbox: Countries Mandatory COVID Vaccines
A sharp rise in new coronavirus infections due to many infectious species in the Delta and a slowdown in the vaccination rate is prompting governments to make COVID-19 order jabs for health workers or other risk groups.
A growing number of countries are also stipulating that a jab, or a negative test is necessary for eating out for others.