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Shine382106 4 points ago +4 / -0

The majority of states have vaccine exemptions. I am in Florida and I have a religious exemption for my kids.

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pearlrevolver 3 points ago +3 / -0

But if the vaccines are going to produce chronic health problems that are costly to treat, are you really saving a buck by getting them vaxxed so they can go to a free public school?

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MammasAlwaysRIGHT 3 points ago +3 / -0

That’s a myth unless you live in CA. There are still religious exemption letters you can write and file with the district. When they ask me for vaccine schedule, I give them the letter. Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t attend public school if you choose not to vax.

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crossin_rubies 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is the wildest shit ever. Take one of the hot button issues of today's political climate. If the "covid vaccine" is ready and available for anyone who wants it, what the fuck is the hang up about being out and about among the public not knowing who is or isn't "vaccinated"? Isn't the entire purpose of inoculation to protect yourself from illness?

Apply that logic to the public school anti-vax conversation. What's the problem with letting unvaccinated Cindy Lou Who into public schools? If she contracts polio well then I'll be damned look at that, all the other kids who were inoculated managed not to contact an illness and die. All it takes is simple logic to defeat the weak minded.

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