One mother was furious when she realized that her son was jabbed without her permission in the high school in Louisiana.
Jennifer Ravain is the mother of the 16-year-old boy who got vaccinated at East Jefferson High School, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.’
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Her son, somehow her son signed the parental consent by himself without telling anyone. To allow a minor to get the controversial vaccine against the C-19 virus without parental consent means a direct violation of the state guidelines. It needs a signature of a guardian or parent before the administration. The policy is stated everywhere.
G. Shelly Maturin is the lawyer who represents Ravain and called out the school and the vaccine clinics for their lawless behavior.
According to Maturin, many other minor students got the vaccine without parental consent.
He wrote: “The egregious and reckless actions of Ochsner and East Jefferson High school went well beyond any legal and moral bounds and, at a minimum, constitute a battery upon the minor child. Their actions should shock the conscience of all citizens of Louisiana.”
Maturin currently investigates every avenue to hold the vaccine clinic and the district accountable for their egregious actions. The healthcare provider who applied the jabs at the school, Ochsner Health System, apologized for the employees who ignored the protocols and vaccinated the students. They confirmed the incident at one of their mobile vaccine clinics as part of a school vaccination event on October 21, 2021.
4WWL, the spokesperson from Ochsner, stated:
“While we firmly believe in vaccinating adolescents to keep them safe from COVID-19, this should be done only with parental consent. Our team has been notified that a student was vaccinated without proper parental consent at a school vaccination event on October 20, 2021. We have procedures in place to ensure that all policies are followed; however, in this instance, this did not occur. We have taken immediate action to review our on-site vaccination policies and to ensure that these policies will be strictly enforced moving forward.
As a leading healthcare provider in this community, we value the trust that parents put in us to care for their children, and we are revising our school vaccination program to ensure that this does not happen again.
We are in communication with the parent who brought this to our attention. We offer our sincere regret and apology for any distress this has caused.”
Jefferson Parish Public School confirmed the incident in a letter. It clarified that the school board collaborated with many healthcare providers to give vaccines for the students and staff members at the school. Also, they emphasized that having written consent from a parent before the student’s vaccination was a MUST, but the vaccine clinic didn’t follow the protocol.
Jefferson Parish Public Schools stated:
“Today, we were made aware of an incident that occurred this week during a vaccine event held by Ochsner Health, whereby a student received a vaccine without parental consent. Ochsner Health officials have informed us that they are conducting a thorough investigation of the vaccine event to ensure this was an isolated incident and does not occur again.
We believe that broad participation in vaccinations reduces the risk of COVID-19 transmission and is essential to keeping our schools and community safe and healthy. Jefferson Parish Schools has partnered with multiple healthcare partners to provide vaccination opportunities to eligible employees and students since vaccines first became available. Our standard operating procedures include obtaining written consent from a parent or legal guardian prior to a student receiving the vaccine during an event conducted at one of our schools.
We will continue to work with Ochsner Health and our other healthcare partners to ensure vaccination events conducted on our campuses follow this process.”
The adults need to be held accountable. Parent consent is a must for minors’ vaccinations!
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