Listen: Teen kept home for refusing chickenpox vaccine sues the health department
"In northern Kentucky. And outbreak of more than thirty cases of chicken pox, prompted health officials there to ban unvaccinated students from school now. One student's family is suing CBS's dean Reynolds is their students at assumption academy went to school today. But Jerome conqueror stayed home. Again. Yes, I'm missing the next two weeks. That's what the health department says. I'm not allowed to go to school because Jerome a senior on the basketball team has refused to get vaccinated on religious grounds. Despite a chicken pox outbreak at his Catholic school and thrived from aborted fetal cells, and as a Catholic where we do not believe in abortion. We believe that's morally wrong and. We'd go against my conscience. The chickenpox vaccine relies on cell lines to fetuses aborted in the nineteen sixties. No further abortions were involved in continuing those lines and the Vatican has given the vaccine its blessing, but the cockles are suing saying their son is a victim of government"