California Appeals Court Rules School Districts Can’t Mandate Own COVID Vaccine Requirements For Students

California Appeals Court Rules School Districts Can’t Mandate Own COVID Vaccine Requirements For Students


A California appeals court ruled against the San Diego Unified School District on Tuesday by affirming school districts lack the authority to impose student COVID vaccine mandates.

The 4th District Court of Appeal agreed with a lower court’s ruling, which determined that only state lawmakers could require a vaccine for in-person school attendance leaving “no room for each of the over 1,000 individual school districts to impose a patchwork of additional vaccine mandates.”

District officials adopted a “Vaccination Roadmap” in September 2021 that would have required a COVID vaccine for students 16 or older to attend in-person classes, enroll in sports, and engage in other extracurricular activities. However, the anti-mandate group Let Them Choose posed a legal challenge to the district in October 2021.

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