California lawmakers have proposed another bill regarding vaccines, a bill (SB 792) that requires every adult employed by a daycare center, preschool, or home daycare center to be immunized.
In its first form, the SB 792 specified immunizations for influenza, measles, and pertussis (whooping cough). The current version mandates every scheduled shot on the CDC Adult vaccination schedule, with the exception of the HPV vaccine and the flu shot. The HPV vaccine is not required, the flu vaccine is optional.
The 2015 recommended immunization schedule for adults is as follows:
- Flu (Influenza)
- Td/Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)
- One dose as an adult with booster TD (tetanus) shots every 10 years.
- It specifically states that you should schedule this shot during your 3rd trimester of pregnancy to protect your baby from whooping cough.
- Shingles (Zoster)
- At age 60.
- Pneumococcal – one or both – ask your healthcare professional
- PCV13 – one dose between 19 and 65, one dose at 65.
- PPSV23 – one or two doses between 19 and 65, one dose at 65.
- One or more doses – ask your healthcare professional
- HiB (Haemophilus influenza type b)
- One or 3 doses- ask your healthcare professional
If you did not receive the MMR, HPV, and Chicken Pox vaccinations as a child, the following recommendations apply unless your health records show you contracted the diseases. Due to the fact the MMR is a combined vaccine, you would have to prove you contracted all three: measles, mumps, and rubella. A blood test can also confirm immunity, though this is not mentioned in the CDCs adult vaccination schedule.
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
- One or two doses between 19 and mid 50s
- The MMR is not to be given during pregnancy.
- HPV (Human papillomavirus)
- Women – 3 doses between the age of 19-26
- Men – 3 doses between 19-21 and 3 doses between 22-26
- Chicken Pox
- Two doses
The number of doses, as shown, for many of these vaccines is to be determined by the health care professional. Other than the flu shot, adults who work in day care will be forced to follow the adult immunization schedule or be fired from their jobs.
Possible Results of forced vaccination
Vaccination shedding from the MMR and the chicken pox vaccine will expose others (including the children in their care) to measles, mumps, rubella, and chicken pox. In addition, vaccines may result in illness, neurological damage (which may be lifelong), or death, yet childcare workers will not be given the choice to take that risk if they want to retain their jobs. Childcare workers will lose their personal freedom as well as their religious freedom while being forced to take a health risk for vaccines that are not 100% effective.
Mainstream media, which is for all intents and purposes a mouthpiece for Big Pharma (their biggest client for advertising sales) continues to report the party line, “Vaccines are safe and effective.” But the United States Government has paid out more than 3 billion dollars to vaccine victims.
According to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System more than 30,000 vaccine related injuries are reported each year, and 707 American citizens have died due to vaccines (not counting an untold number of SIDS deaths that be connected) since 2000.
And finally, we are told to place our trust in the pharmaceutical companies who make these vaccinations – these same companies who have paid $19.2 billion dollars in fines for criminal and civil cases of fraud in the last 5 years. Merck is currently facing new charges of fraud for falsifying data in order to meet the efficacy rate for a vaccine.
Other than drafting citizens into the military, there is no other situation in which our government forces its citizens to risk their life or their health. We can only hope these bills do not pass. Vaccination should remain a choice, both for adults and for their children.
- BILL NUMBER: SB 792 – Ca.gov
- California Chiropractic Association’s Talking Points – arguments against SB 277
- California Wants to be First State to Classify Unvaccinated Adults who Work with Children as Criminals – Health Impact News
- SB-792 Day care facilities: immunizations: exemptions – California Legislative Information
- No on SB 792 – California Coalition for Vaccine Choice