San Diego Unified School District Delays Vaccine Mandate With No Religious Exemptions.

As opponents go ahead with a federal lawsuit against the district, the San Diego Unified School District decided on May 24 to postpone its policy forcing kids to get vaccinated against COVID-19 for a second time. The decision to postpone the mandate was welcomed as a success by Paul Jonna, Thomas More Society Special Counsel and partner at LiMandri and Jonna LLP. “We applaud this course of action,” Jonna said in a statement, “which marks yet another big success for these families and their children, the majority of whom will now be able to experience regular senior years and graduate from high school.” The requirement, which was supposed to go into force in July, will be postponed until 2023 or later. The school system, which has previously postponed the obligation, is one of the few in the country that compels…

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