March 23, 2021 | Los Angeles Unified School District sued over mandatory vaccine, digital tracking policy | By
“(The Center Square) – California Educators for Medical Freedom, with assistance from the Health Freedom Defense Fund (HFDF), has sued the Los Angeles Unified School District over its mandatory vaccine policy and digital tracking system. Both violate federal law and basic human rights, the plaintiffs argue.
The second-largest school district in the U.S. is mandating that its employees be vaccinated as a condition of employment. The lawsuit claims the mandate is not only unconstitutional, but it is unethical and violates the most fundamental human rights laws.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has reported 1,191,923 positive coronavirus-related cases, accounting for 11 percent of the population, since last March. Among them are 21,345 COVID-related deaths and 1,661 current hospitalizations. Of the county’s 9.9 million residents, those who have died from or with the coronavirus account for 0.2 percent of the population; those who are currently hospitalized, 0.01 percent.
The COVID-19 vaccines were made possible through a federal Emergency Use Authorization initially issued under the direction of former President Donald Trump and renewed under President Joe Biden. No COVID-19 vaccines have been licensed or approved by FDA. Through emergency use authorization, medical products like vaccines are referred to as “investigational.” Prior to receiving the shot, recipients are required to be informed that the drug is experimental and be given “the option to accept or refuse administration of the product.””