- Katie Huang
San Diego Superior Court Judge John Meyer ruled Vaccinate Mandate in San Diego Schools
2021 is closing to the end, and the pandemic is still happening. At this point, vaccines are the best way to protect us. A state law announced in September that students 16 years old or under should take a vaccine before they return to school on January 24, 2022. However, some parents are concerned that the vaccines might affect their children. They refused to let their children take the vaccination. In San Diego, there is a group of people having an anti-vaccine protest; they are against the rules for the vaccination mandate.
The San Diego Superior Court Judge John Mayer ruled Monday that the San Diego Unified School District would not mandate a vaccination system to deal with the situation. In other words, the students only need to have the ten mandatory vaccinations, excluding the COVID-19 vaccine.
The reasons for parents not being willing to let their children have vaccinations are the data does not fully show the safety of the vaccine, the scientists do not have strong evidence. These can not let the parents make a decision.
What do you guys think? Do you think we should keep this as a mandate system? Should students take the full vaccines before they come back to school in person?