Today’s read is from Jessica Marie Baumgartner, a reporter for Go 2 Tutors Education news, and homeschooling mother of 4. Here’s a brief portion:
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vaccine advisory committee unanimously voted to add the Covid-19 shot to the growing list of recommended childhood vaccines this week. Most states follow this recommended immunization schedule when developing vaccine requirements for schools and childcare facilities.
Now, the CDC has voted to add the shot to the list of recommended vaccines for children. This means that public schools will likely require them soon, and unfortunately, many private schools as well.
I cannot subject my children to becoming guinea pigs. I will not allow their bodies to be used by the CDC, the FDA, or the federal government as testing sites.
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