The LATimes email thingie tells us that once again, California is leading the way:
California students would be required to be immunized for COVID-19 under a bill introduced Monday that will offer backup to districts like L.A. Unified that have struggled with their mandates while pushing schools in more conservative parts of the state to jump on board. Senate Bill 871 by state Sen. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) would add COVID-19 vaccines to California’s list of required inoculations to attending K-12 schools, which can be skipped if a student receives a rare medical exemption.
If passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor, the legislation would supplant California’s scaled-back COVID-19 vaccine mandate created by Gov. Gavin Newsom last year. Under the bill, the California Department of Public Health could mandate vaccines in the future without requiring the state to offer personal belief exemptions.
The ol’ Jeebus wants me to infect y’all defense would go down if this passes. Of course, that is in the future and not now. Take your BS to private schools, see how it goes there, too. Also.