The vaccination decisions you make for you and your family are important decisions. Vaccinations are considered a medical intervention/procedure because they penetrate the body. Chemicals that are injected bypass the body’s natural filters that natural illnesses pass through. Since chemicals and heavy metals can accumulate, it may be difficult to know if/when it will lead to health issues in susceptible individuals.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccine schedule begins at birth and continues through your lifespan. The CDC’s stated goal is: "improving overall public health." The CDC does not mention an individual’s rights in regard to medical freedom of choice. As required by law, 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (PL_99-660), the CDC is required to keep a list of reported vaccine reactions and deaths. In 2017, almost 38,000 vaccine reactions were reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, VAERS. It is estimated that less than 10% of vaccine reactions are reported and even fewer are compensated by the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, also a part of PL 99-660.
As the CDC is continually adding new vaccines to their schedule, educating yourself about vaccinations will empower you to make informed health decisions for you and your family. The right to informed consent of any medical intervention is a human right. Fortunately, Florida does have Medical and Religious exemptions, if you choose to opt-out of vaccinations.
With legislation being presented every year, in every state, to limit vaccination exemptions and freedom to choose for you and your family, Health Freedom Florida is here to fight for your rights. Please help support our efforts with a donation, becoming a member, or joining our Facebook page, Health Freedom Florida-State Page.