URGENT! Hearing on Vaccine Bills Re-scheduled. Register to Testify by Monday, July 24th, 5 PM.

The Joint Committee on Public Health will conduct an in-person and virtual public hearing on several vaccine bills Wednesday, July 26th, at 9 am. These bills will remove the religious exemption for K-12th grade students and allow minors to consent to vaccination without their parents’ or guardians’ knowledge or consent.

Bills to be heard: HB604, An Act relative to routine childhood immunizations, SB1391 An Act relative to vaccines and preventing future disease outbreaks, HB2151/SB1458, An Act promoting community immunity

Date: Wednesday, July 26th

Time: 9 am

Location: Gardner Auditorium in the Massachusetts State House and virtual

Deadline to Sign-up to Testify: Monday, July 24th, 5 pm

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