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shiny new shoes please
09 Sep 21 13:14
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U.s.a. Is in a fight mess
Mandates possible ExcitedLaugh
Heading that way in u.s.a.

LA schools to vote on vaccine mandate for students
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Report DancingBraveTheBest September 9, 2021 2:34 PM BST
Report feedthepony September 9, 2021 3:32 PM BST
it's a genocide
Report edy September 9, 2021 3:39 PM BST

Sep 9, 2021 -- 8:34AM, DancingBraveTheBest wrote:


Heyyyyyyyyy, did you just claim to leave on the other thread so you wouldn't have to show balls in admitting you were wrong?

Report DancingBraveTheBest September 9, 2021 3:51 PM BST
Just dipping back in to this thread in between races.....anyone ever had the feeling they are being stalked??? Strange feeling, hope its a busty brunetteLove
Report feedthepony September 9, 2021 4:02 PM BST
edy/politicspunter/A_T - whatever he's calling himself today - loves a stalking
Report edy September 9, 2021 4:35 PM BST

Sep 9, 2021 -- 10:02AM, feedthepony wrote:

edy/politicspunter/A_T - whatever he's calling himself today - loves a stalking

What do you call it that you have profiled me to the point of being able to associate me to some of my other accounts?

Report edy September 9, 2021 4:36 PM BST

Sep 9, 2021 -- 9:51AM, DancingBraveTheBest wrote:

Just dipping back in to this thread in between races.....anyone ever had the feeling they are being stalked??? Strange feeling, hope its a busty brunette

Ah ok Happy

I hope you come back to the Vax facts thread after the races or tomorrow. A brave man with balls like you wouldn't run away, would he?

Report frog1000 September 9, 2021 11:19 PM BST

Los Angeles Unified School District, the nation's second largest, is set to vote on mandating Covid-19 vaccines for all eligible students in a special meeting Thursday afternoon.
According to a report included with an online copy of Thursday's agenda, all students who are 12 or older and are attending school in-person would be required to have received their first dose no later than November 21 and be fully vaccinated by December 19. Students participating in extracurricular activities in-person would need to be fully vaccinated by the end of October.
The report says "students with qualified and approved exemptions and conditional admissions" would be excluded from the mandate, but it doesn't provide additional detail about potential exemptions.
During the meeting, Interim Superintendent Megan Reilly framed the vaccine requirement as the best way to ensure children can reap the benefits of learning in-person.
"As the second-largest district in the country, with a richly diverse student population, we know the impact and experiences of Covid-19 are varied amongst our students and our families, and that there are different levels of comfort and discomfort with the vaccine and other Covid-related safety measures," Reilly said.
"Along with these truths, our charge remains clear: to provide students with the best education possible, which includes the many benefits of in-person learning," she said.

LAUSD, which serves more than 600,000 students and began school on August 16, would be the first major school district in the United States to mandate Covid-19 vaccines for its eligible students. A smaller district in Los Angeles County, Culver City Unified School District, announced in August it planned to require eligible students to be vaccinated by mid-November.
"We imagine by second semester, our middle school and high school campuses will be absolutely even safer than they are today," LAUSD school board member Tanya Ortiz Franklin told CNN's John Berman on Thursday morning.
LAUSD estimates at least 150,000 doses will need to be administered if the requirement is approved, Franklin said, but Los Angeles County has the doses and the capability to undertake this effort.
Students who decline to get the vaccine but don't have an exemption can enroll in the district's Independent Study Program, an online resource that already has about 15,000 students who have opted for remote learning for a variety of reasons, Franklin said.
The district is "trying to do everything we possibly can to keep our schools safe," Franklin said, including instituting mask wearing, testing and upgrading schools' air filtration systems.
"Cases are on the rise and children are at risk from the Delta variant in ways we didn't see last semester," she said, "and our responsibility to children and our communities is their safety and well-being."
The vaccine by Pfizer/BioNTech is the only one available in the US authorized for emergency use for children between 12 and 15, though the vaccine has received full approval by the US Food and Drug Administration for people 16 and older.
Report frog1000 September 9, 2021 11:20 PM BST
Shocking stuff given how few children (a handful) have died with Covid.

Disgraceful in fact.
Report Giuseppe September 9, 2021 11:38 PM BST
not many white kids going to school in LA these days

wonder how all the hispanics will respond to this
Report Whisperingdeath September 10, 2021 6:51 AM BST
If you lived in America Seppe would you be considered Hispanic or African American?
Report Reynard September 10, 2021 7:11 AM BST
Hey ! Teacher . Leave tem kids alone Angry
Report shiny new shoes please September 10, 2021 1:27 PM BST
ignore the $26 billion dollar lawsuit big pharma just settled, probably jab money
The same people making the vaccine are the same people who lied and said oxycontin was safe and non addictive.
paid media, politicians, doctors, medical experts etc to push it and slander critic
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