LA Schools Chief: Kids Must Get Coronavirus Vaccine to Return

A chain link fence lock is see on a gate at a closed Ranchito Elementary School in the San Franando Valley section of Los Angeles on Monday, July 13, 2020. Amid spiking coronavirus cases, Los Angeles Unified School District campuses will remain closed when classes resume this August, Superintendent Austin Beutner said Monday.(AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

A chain link fence lock is seen on a gate at a closed Ranchito Elementary School, July 13, 2020, in Los Angeles.(RICHARD VOGEL/AP)

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ONCE A coronavirus vaccine is widely available for children, immunization will be required for students in Los Angeles to attend classes, the district’s superintendent said.

“The short answer is yes,” Austin Beutner, head of the country’s second-biggest school system, said Monday in answering a question about whether a vaccination will be necessary to come back to campus. “No different than students being vaccinated for measles and mumps or tested for tuberculosis before they come on campus. That’s the best way we know to keep all on the campus safe.”

The matter-of-fact admission marks the first acknowledgement from the head of a major school system that the vaccination is likely headed to the list of required school immunizations.

“Families will always have the option for a child to stay in online learning and, therefore, not be on campus,” Beutner added, “but to go back to campus, yes.”

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  1. I do not doubt most folk reading this are well aware, however these such studies, I have not seen.

    Long term study comparing vaccinated children to unvaccinated children;
    http://ipaknowledge.org/
    “This study represents a major methodological leap forward in vaccine satety studies” says Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, who designed the study. “Our study shows how often vaccinating patients have to repeated instances of medical care for conditions suspected by many as potential caused by vaccines. Our measure, the Relative Incidence of Office Visits (RIOV), is sensitive to the severity of disease and disorder – specifically the disease burden. While teasing out causality is difficult in observational studies, our use of natural internal positive and negative control conditions – fever, which is known to be caused by vaccines, and well-baby visits, which is not caused by vaccines – provide added assurance that we are seeing a likely causal signatures”.

    Relative Incidence of Office Visits and Cumulative Rates of Billed Diagnoses Along the Axis of Vaccination;
    https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/17/22/8674

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