SCUSD approves the first COVID-19 patent for students, employees

The Sacramento City Unified School District Board on Tuesday approved a deadline for students and staff to receive the COVID-19 injection ahead of schedule set by the government-sponsored Govin Newsom in mid-2022. held at 10pm, students ages 12 and older who are required to show proof of another immunization will start as second semester, while teachers will have to show proof by November 30. If a student does not show evidence before the first day of the second semester of classes or making school buildings. . The time period of the world depends on how the US Food and Drug Administration would allow the drug for those ages 12 and up. Currently, full use is only allowed for children aged 16 and up, while emergency permits are allowed for students aged 12 and up. Newsom said it expects the requirement to be met by July 1. California will also need vaccinations for up to six-year-olds after the vaccine has received full approval for children aged 5 to 11. Currently, there is no approved drug for this age group. . Emergency approval for children’s disease rates is expected within the next month, and there is no indication of full approval. going to school on your own. Pastors and staff will lead the conference, 77% of teaching staff vaccinated, grandfather district school– The Associated Press assisted in this announcement.

The Sacramento City Unified School District Board on Tuesday approved a deadline for students and staff to receive the COVID-19 injection ahead of the government-appointed Gavin Newsom administration in mid-2022.

Following the school board vote held at 10 a.m., students 12 years of age and older must submit proof of immunization will begin the second semester, while teachers will have to prove proof by November 30. If a student has not been shown proof before the first day of the second semester of classes , they must register to study independently or form school homes.

Newsom earlier this month announced the world’s first coronavirus vaccine for school children, but no firm time has been set. The time period of the world depends on how the US Food and Drug Administration would allow the drug for those ages 12 and up. At present, full use is only allowed for children 16 years and older, while emergency permission is only allowed for students 12 years and older.

If the political regime fully approves that of the small group, the country will require seven to 12 students to be vaccinated in public and private schools. Newsom said he hopes the requirement will be in place by July 1.

California also requires vaccinations for up to six sixth-grade students after the vaccine has received full approval for 5- to 11-year-old children. Currently, there is no approved drug for this age group. Emergency approval for those children’s drug formulations is expected within the next month, and there is no time limit for full approval.

If a SCUSD student does not provide evidence of abduction, or religious affiliation, medical treatment, or personal exemption, they will not be allowed to attend school on their own. They instead are required to enroll in an independent study program or participate in a home-school.

Six board members voted in favor of one member – Board President Christina Pritchett.

Teachers and staff will be attending the workshop, about 77% of teaching staff vaccinated, grandfather district school.

The Associated Press assisted in this announcement.

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