On Wednesday, the second largest school district in the United States was prevented from implementing a vaccine mandate after a judge in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County sided with the plaintiffs.

The case was brought to court after a parent who’s child attends Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) said that their child should not be excluded from in-person school because of the parents choice not to vaccinate them.

“Either I get him a vaccine that I fear could harm him, or I send him to a virtual school that I know from experience and LAUSD’s own data would prove academically vastly inferior,”  The father of the child said.

The mandate could be halted for over a year as Governor Newsom has not yet approved a vaccine mandate for children.  Newsom said that he is waiting for guidance from the federal government.

The Epoch Times Reports

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A plan to mandate COVID-19 vaccine shots for hundreds of thousands of students in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) will remain on pause after a Los Angeles County judge ruled on July 5 that the district lacks the authority to do so.

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In his ruling, Judge Mitchell Beckloff of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County sided with a parent, whose 12-year-old son attends a public magnet school in North Hollywood. The parent filed the complaint in October 2021, about a month after the LAUSD announced its vaccination mandate.

Under the district’s mandate, all eligible students aged 12 and above must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or get approved for exemptions by Jan. 10 in order to attend school in person. Those who don’t comply would be transferred into the district’s remote learning program, City of Angels, which offers a mixture of live instruction and self-study.

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