I beg ELAC students to take the COVID vaccine. Students main goal this semester should not be to get an A, but a V for ‘Vaccine’
Receiving the COVID-19 vaccination becomes trickier as students help loved ones physically and emotionally with COVID-19 regulations.
By: Brenda De La Cruz Inmates deserve COVID vaccines just as much as other individuals. In fact, giving them access can help slow the spread of the virus altogether and that’s the goal, right? During the current pandemic, the world rushed to create a vaccine to fight the COVID-19 disease. While the world awaited the results from the testing of many vaccine trials, thoughts on how these vaccines should be…
Health Educator from the Department of Health Alicia Martinez-Vargas, dismantled the myth that one can get COVID from the vaccine itself.
During times of a major pandemic where immunization is key, minors should have a role in declaring whether or not to take a vaccine.
Last year, councilwoman Mary Cheh introduced a bill to Washington D.C. called the Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act of 2019 in response to a measles outbreak.
The bill would allow children as young as 11 to be able to give legal consent to receive a vaccination that their parents opted out of because of religion or other reasons.