NJ dismisses COVID shot concerns

Courtesy: NJ.com

NJ health dept. won't add COVID shots for school kids despite lawmaker's warning; public school vaccine requirements unchanged.

Tense debate over vaccines and parental rights persists, despite strong medical consensus supporting immunization. Ongoing controversy lingers.

In New Jersey, public schools students must be vaccinated against diseases including measles, mumps, polio, and chickenpox.The state allows parents to opt out for religious reasons.

A circulated slideshow on updating infectious disease protocols, including school vaccine guidelines, has caused concern among some Republican lawmakers and anti-vaccine advocates in New Jersey.

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