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Walton, Ки. ̵
The courier report reports that 18-year-old Jerome Kunkel's case will be dealt with in court on April 1st.
Unvaccinated students were commanded by the state health department to stay away from the church of the Assumption Church and its activities during the outbreak.
Kunkel's family founded the school and the church, which oppose something related to abortion. He says the vaccine violates his beliefs because it is produced through cell lines derived from aborted fetuses before generations. The National Catholic Center for Bioethics says the vaccine is OK because it does not actually contain broken cells.
Healthcare lawyer Jeffrey K. Mando says the state has rightly used its authority.
"The fact that I can not finish my last year on basketball, like our last couple of games, is quite destructive." I mean, you're four years old in high school to play basketball, you look forward to your senior year, Kunkel in front of WLWT last week