A state judge ruled that New York State can not prohibit unvaccinated minors from public places against the background of a cortex outbreak, according to The Washington Post.
public places, "wrote Judge Rolf Thorsen in his decision on Friday.
A prohibition was announced in March in the Rockland District after more than 150 cases of measles had been reported. She has banned any resident of the county before the age of 18, has not yet received measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines from public places such as schools and parks until the end of the 30-day emergency declaration or before the vaccine is received. ] In response, a group of parents sued the request for the recognition of the emergency statement "arbitrary and capricious", and its writing led to the fact that "children were denied attending children's and school programs and in fact banned their movement and deprived them of their right to gather and gather in public places ".
Dori Reis, Professor of Criminal Justice at the Hastings College of Law in San Francisco, said that a short-term declaration, which probably should not be spent on fighting a court decision. medical religious exclusion for vaccination. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on January 1