Judge denies parents group’s request to block SDUSD vaccine mandate

A judge denied a temporary restraining order request Thursday, Dec. 2, from local parents group Let Them Choose to block the San Diego Unified School District’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, though another hearing was scheduled for later this month to revisit the issue.The group is seeking to suspend enforcement of the district’s vaccine policy before Monday, Dec. 20, when all students over age 16 must receive their second vaccine dose.Unvaccinated students 16 years or older will be required to take part in remote learning via independent study. By the start of the district’s second semester Monday, Jan. 24, unvaccinated students will not be allowed to continue with in-person instruction unless they have an approved medical exemption.While the district’s plan allows for med
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