On Tuesday, the school board for San Diego Unified School District in San Diego, California, voted unanimously to impose a mandate that students 16 years old and older can participate in in-person classes and extracurricular activities only if the students receive shots of experimental coronavirus vaccines, some of which are not even vaccines under the normal meaning of the term.
Currently, people 12 years old and older can receive the shots, though drug companies and governments are working toward making shots available to everyone, even babies. So, get ready for the age for students mandated to receive experimental coronavirus vaccine shots to move lower and lower in San Diego and other places where such mandates are imposed.
The San Diego Unified School District board, at the same meeting, also voted to mandate that other individuals, including school employees and contractors, take the shots.
Watch here a KNSD-TV news report on the school board adopting the vaccine mandate:
Ominously, the TV news story ends with this comment: “The president of San Diego Unified board says that momentum is building for a possible statewide covid vaccine mandate, which they say they’re behind 100 percent.” A statewide mandate that students in California receive experimental coronavirus vaccine shots would not be surprising given the state government in 2015 adopted one the most onerous vaccination mandates in the country for students in both government and private schools, as well as for children in daycare. In line with that statewide vaccination mandate covering many vaccines produced before the new experimental coronavirus vaccines were concocted, the San Diego school board’s new mandate allows for only medical exemptions. Medical exemptions, unlike philosophical and religious exemptions available in some states, are almost impossible to secure.
We are seeing in San Diego the unfolding of the next step in vaccine mandates that I predicted in my September 11 article “Children are Next in Line for Mandated Coronavirus Vaccine Shots.”