Trickery Afoot Regarding Vaccine Exemptions

What to Do When You’re Told You Can’t Get a Vaccine Exemption

July 2, 2014 by Megan Heimer

Yesterday, I was contacted by a local mother who had attempted to get a religious exemption form in Missouri at their local health department but was told “the state wouldn’t allow them to pass out exemption cards anymore.”

Right away I smelled a rat. You see, Missouri requires children who attend school to be vaccinated but they also allow both religious and medical exemptions, which requires that a parent go to their local health department to pick up this exemption card to keep on file at their child’s school.

I wasn’t aware that Missouri had abolished their religious exemption. If they had, I am sure I would have heard about it on the news.

So, I stayed up all night stewing over it and set my alarm for 8 a.m. so I could call the “health department in question” and press them on this issue. When the phone rang a pleasant lady answered. I informed her that Missouri law allows one to opt out of vaccinations by filling out a religious exemption card from the health department and I asked if I could pick up a card. She quickly told me that the “state” said they were no longer allowed to pass out religious exemption cards. After questioning her further she finally suggested I drive a few hours to the health department located in the state capital and maybe they could give me one. Really?

There’s new legislation that requires a parent who wants to opt out of vaccinations for religious reasons to drive six or more hours round-trip to get this little card…a little card that the state government’s health website says health departments have on hand? When I asked her to give me the name and contact information of the person who made this decision she told me to call the health department in Jefferson City (the state capital). I’m guessing she didn’t think I would actually call, but I did. I got on the phone with the Jefferson City Health Department, and ask them what I needed to do to get a religious exemption. They were very nice and respectful of my parental rights and told me I just needed to come in and get an exemption card. Really? That’s it? I said…

Read more about how the public can be manipulated into vaccination by duplicity in government agencies: What to Do When You’re Told You Can’t Get a Vaccine Exemption – Living Whole

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