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Flu Shot Mandate: Will it help during COVID-19?

NJ Assembly Bill 4576 proposes annual forced flu vaccination for all students to reduce the number of children who experience ...
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Alan Dershowitz and Paul Offit Advocate for Vaccine Choice

World class lawyer Alan Dershowitz, who recently claimed on multiple TV networks that individuals will have no right to stop ...
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Did the Lockdowns Help or Hurt?

Help - The jury is still out The mainstream media seems convinced that the lockdowns helped to stop the spread ...
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Why COVID-19 is most likely over in NJ

The curve & Farr’s Law In the mid-19th century, Dr. William Farr, observed that epidemic events rise and fall in ...
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CDC, Oxford, Stanford Agree, COVID-19 IFR is under 0.3%

In late May the CDC came out with its best estimates of the symptomatic case fatality ratio and percent of ...
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Antibody Testing Proving Fauci right about low CFR for COVID

Dr. Fauci wrote in The New England Journal of Medicine “…the case fatality rate may be considerably less than 1% ...
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The Argument for Vaccine Exemptions

95.8% of NJ school children are vaccinated (94.2% fully vaccinated; 1.6% provisional – with one dose and actively completing the catch up doses). Only 2.6% of NJ school children exercise the Religious Exemption. Forcing this small percentage of NJ children to be vaccinated by eliminating the Religious Exemption will have no discernible impact on public health for the following reasons:

The Hep B, DTaP, and Hib vaccines do not even claim to protect public health through herd immunity according to the CDC.

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Vaccines have yet to provide herd immunity due to primary (low responders) and secondary (early waners) vaccine failure.

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Current vaccination practices for chickenpox, shingles, rotavirus, and MMR don’t protect the immuno-compromised.

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Take Action:

1. Sign up for NJ Vaccine Science action alerts via email.


2. Stay Informed – check our our Blog and Advocacy Home page for action items, follow us on Twitter, and like us on Facebook.


3. Call and Email your Senator and Assemblymembers – ask them to oppose bill S902/A969. Use this link to find your representatives’ phone number and send them a message.


4. Call and Email the Bill Sponsors: Senate President Sweeney: sensweeney@njleg.org / 856-251-9801; Assemblyman Conway  asmconway@njleg.org / (856) 461-3997


If you live in Legislative District 11 sign our D11 Petition to protect NJ’s RE. 

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