“Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation on May 20 permanently blocking state health officials from mandating the COVID-19 “vaccine” for school children,” UncoverDC reports.
Did someone wake up in Arizona??? https://t.co/4EOhZfgw9J
— The Patriot Hammer (@patriot_hammer) May 26, 2022
House Bill 2086 prohibits the Arizona Department of Health Services from including the COVID-19 jab on the state’s list of immunizations required for school children in grades K-12.
The measure was sponsored by Rep. Joanne Osborne (R-Goodyear), the House Health and Human Services Committee chair. She has stated she believes the decision of whether to get a COVID-19 “vaccine” should be up to parents. She noted children are not likely to contract the virus or, if they do, suffer serious consequences, pointing out, “This is not a childhood disease.”
Those opposed to Osborne’s bill included the Arizona Academy of Family Physicians, the Arizona Public Health Association, the Arizona Education Association, and the Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
On Mar. 23, Will Humble, executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association and former state health director, addressed the state Senate Health and Human Services Committee about the prospect of adding the COVID-19 “vaccine” to the required immunization list. He commented the last time the health department added to its list of school-required vaccines was in 2008, when it added vaccines against chickenpox (varicella) and meningitis. Speaking of the process, Humble said:
“It’s not a snap of the fingers kind of thing. There’s this big process that you go through. I’m not here arguing that the COVID-19 vaccine should be added to the list. I’m here arguing that there’s a tried-and-true process that has worked for a long time and that we should trust the process.”
— Will Humble (@willhumble_az) May 21, 2022
Sen. Christine Marsh (D-Phoenix) called the legislation “foolhardy.”
The Democrat said the legislation could result in parents of immunocompromised children deciding not to send their children to school for fear of exposing them to COVID-19.
However, numerous public health experts have reiterated that the experimental shots are dangerous for children and COVID-19 presents an extremely low risk to the young demographic.
In this clip, Geert Vanden Bossche explains why giving children the COVID-19 shot is an unforgivable sin: