On October 1, 2021, Governor Newsom issued a press release that COVID-19 vaccination will be required for K-12 students, effective the first January 1, or July 1, following the federal Food & Drug Administration’s (“FDA”) full approval of a COVID-19 vaccine for all students in the following grade spans: K-6 (equating to ages 5-11); and 7-12 (equating to ages 12+). The additional information published along with the Press Release indicates the vaccine requirement will also apply to K-12 school employees.
But it seems that the rules are for the peasants as Newsom recently admitted that his daughter is not yet vaccinated with covid-19 vaccine even if he place K12 mandate for the rest of the country!
LA Times reported:
Newsom’s office would not comment on whether the governor would support legislation to eliminate personal belief exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine.
The governor has said the state’s process offers an “accommodating” personal belief exemption and will provide adequate time to hesitant parents to talk to their doctors and school nurses. He said his own daughter, who recently turned 12 years old and is eligible for the vaccine, has not yet received it because she has “a series of other shots” to get first.
The democrat governor prioritized other vaccines than the COVID-19 vaccine that could “save others lives” and “would end this pandemic”. Is he trying to say that this pandemic isn’t as dangerous as what the media want us to believe?
Back in September two of California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s four children have tested positive for Covid-19.
The children tested positive Thursday, according to Erin Mellon, spokesperson for the governor’s office.
“The Governor, the First Partner and their two other children have since tested negative. The family is following all COVID protocols,” she said in a statement.
His office did not say where the exposure was thought to have occurred, and the children were not identified.
After Los Angeles implemented a vaccine mandate for public school students ages 12 and up in September, the policy went statewide, with California becoming the first state to implement a vaccine mandate for schoolchildren earlier this month following approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
“Our schools already require vaccines for measles, mumps, and more,” Newsom, a Democrat, said of the mandate. “Why? Because vaccines work.”
Newsom has been accused of hypocrisy for exempting himself and his family from the COVID-19 restrictions he publicly supports. This summer, he pulled his son from a summer camp after photos emerged that showed the children playing basketball indoors without masks.