ALERT — School Blocks Parents From Attending Vaccine Drive For 5-Year-Old Students In THIS State — We Need Trump!

( Exclusive) – A new report from the folks at Infowars has revealed that a school located in the state of Hawaii has recently announced that there will be a vaccine drive soon for elementary school students, but told parents they are not welcome to attend the event.

The request in question was included in a letter (screen shot here) that was addressed to parents from the Kalihi Kai elementary school in the city of Honolulu.

The school states in the letter that they are currently scheduling two different vaccine clinics, just as the Food and Drug Administration was poised to approve the vaccine for young children.

“In preparation for FDA approval for COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5-11, KKS is planning to hold a student only COVID-19 vaccination clinic,” the letter goes on to say.

“Tentatively, the vaccination clinic will be on November 10 and December 1, as the Pfizer vaccine requires two doses. The clinic will take place on campus during the school day,” the letter reads, going on to add, “Parents WILL NOT be allowed on campus during the clinic.”

Instead of allowing parents to be with their kids as they receive the vaccine, the school says that “staff will be on-hand to comfort and monitor your child.” Sorry, but there’s something very fishy with not wanting parents to be there with their children as they get this vaccine. I’d give this a hard pass if I were a parent of a child in Honolulu.

The letter itself has caused quite a stir online, with one individual leaving a comment on Facebook saying, “Wow as a teacher of 20 years I have never heard of such a thing. Doesn’t seem legal.”

“The school’s ‘student only’ vaccine drive comes as San Francisco became the first city in the world to mandate Covid-19 injections for children, with the city’s vaccine passport system now being equally applied to children ages 5 to 11 and required to enter restaurants and other venues,” the Infowars report said.

This move is fairly similar to one that was made in New South Wales, Australia earlier in the year. The city health department strangely called on kids to attend a massive vaccine drive without the supervision of their parents.

“Maybe mum and dad can drop you. Your mum or dad, or one of your family drop you. Make sure they stay outside the arena, because we don’t want too many people obviously milling around inside the arena,” New South Wales Minister for Health and Medical Research Brad Hazzard went on to state. “Make some arrangements for – after you’ve got your access to that golden opportunity of the vaccination – to wait outside for you.”

Honolulu isn’t the only city in the United States where funny business is apparently happening concerning children and the coronavirus vaccine.

Infowars is also reporting that San Francisco has become the first city in the world to actually mandate vaccines for kids between the ages of 5 and 11.

“The San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) announced during a town hall on Tuesday that vaccine passport requirements already imposed on the city will be expanded to include children 5 to 11 years old,” Infowars reported.

“A related question which people have asked me, which is, what about the local San Francisco health orders that require vaccination to go into a restaurant or go to a Warriors game, when is that going to apply to children 5 to 11?” Dr. Susan Philip, who serves as the SFDPH director of Disease Prevention and Control Branch went on to state.

“We definitely want to wait and make sure that children have an opportunity to get vaccinated, so that will happen no sooner than about 8 weeks after the vaccine is available to kids,” she said.

“So there will be a limited time in which there will not be those requirements, but at some point, 5 to 11 years old will also have to show proof of vaccination to access some of those same settings,” she then added.

Believe it or not, this move by San Francisco goes beyond the mandates that were already put in place by California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

The cities of Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, and Oakland were the first large school districts in the country to mandate the vaccine for older students.

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