California Becomes First State To Require Students Be Vaccinated To Attend School

Fresh of his victory in the gubernatorial runoff, California Gov. Gavin Newsom just announced that California’s schools will soon require all eligible public and private school students in 7th grade and higher in the Golden State to be vaccinated against COVID, a first-in-the-nation policy that Newsom says will impact millions of students by fall 2022, or possibly sooner.

The mandate would impact students in grades 7 through 12 and will be imposed during the next semester after (and assuming) the FDA gives full approval for vaccines for children ages 12 and older.

“This is just another vaccine,” Newsom said during a news conference after he announced the “state-wide” mandate, claiming the COVID jab would join “a well-established list that currently includes 10 vaccines and well-established rules and regulations that have been advanced by the Legislature for decades.”

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