New York City judge prevents Long Island father from visiting his three-year-old daughter in Manhattan during custody dispute unless he gets COVID vaccine or has weekly tests

A Long Island father is being refused the right to see his three-year-old daughter by a judge’s ruling unless he gets the COVID-19 vaccine.  

The father, who has yet to be identified, is in a custody dispute with the child’s mother, and until recently saw his daughter every other weekend.

But Judge Matthew Cooper ruled he will be banned from seeing her unless he either gets the jab, or submits to weekly COVID testing. 

‘Here, in-person parental access by defendant is not in the child’s best interests, and there are exceptional circumstances that support its suspension,’ wrote Cooper, who is presiding over the pair’s divorce and custody dispute.

‘The dangers of voluntarily remaining unvaccinated during access with a child while the COVID-19 virus remains a threat to children’s health and safety cannot be understated,’ Cooper added.

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