Fox Lake, IL. (ECWd) –
Illinois State Representative Tom Weber has introduced House Bill 4174, prohibiting requiring school children receive COVID-19 vaccinations.
Synopsis as introduced:
“Amends the School Code. In provisions concerning the health examinations and immunizations that school children are required to receive, provides that a child may not be required to submit proof of having received an immunization against COVID-19 upon enrolling in school nor may a child already enrolled in school be required to receive an immunization against COVID-19. Amends the Communicable Disease Prevention Act. Pursuant to the School Code provisions, prohibits the Department of Public Health from adopting any rules that require children to receive an immunization against COVID-19. Effective immediately.”
Full text of the Bill is HERE.
Dennis FineganPosted at 20:09h, 18 October
Why is this necessary? Fortunately, our children are long past school age, but our grandchildren aren’t. I want to insure that everyone they go to school with wears a mask and has been vaccinated, if at all possible. These don’t infringe on anyone’s freedom. If you won’t do it for yourself, then for family, friends, and the public. Thanks from me.
Dale TrotterPosted at 20:33h, 18 October
If you believe that other people’s decision to not be vaccinated puts your or your grandchildren’s safety at risk, then you don’t have a lot of faith in your vaccines intended purpose.
PKPosted at 22:33h, 18 October
It is known, especially among infection control experts, that relative humidity above 40% significantly reduces the spread of aerosolized virus. If the building your student attends is incapable, then please get with the school admin to cause change. If you have grandchildren who’s parents are willing but lack the time, please do take it upon yourself.
Catherine AnnPosted at 00:19h, 20 October
Thank you Tom Weber for introducing this bill.