The Los Angeles School Board has voted to delay requiring its students in the district to get the COVID-19 vaccine until July 2023.
This is the first major school district in the United States to enact such a policy. Even though leaders like Joe Biden are now saying “this pandemic isn’t over.”
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Initially, all students 12 years or older had to be vaccinated by January 10th of 2022 to attend in-person schooling in LA.
This new decision from the board comes as debates continue over whether or not to mandate vaccines for children entirely. As some parents and guardians have expressed concern about