D.C. Council approves bill allowing children to get vaccines without parents’ consent



A bill passed by the D.C. Council on Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 would allow children as young as age 11 to obtain vaccinations without their parents’ consent.


Under the legislation, if a doctor determines that a minor is capable of informed consent, they would be able to seek government-recommended vaccinations their parents object to on religious grounds. They also could get vaccinated against the human papillomavirus — which is recommended for older children but opposed by some parents because the virus is sexually transmitted and they object to their teenagers having sex.


The bill, which was approved 12 to 1, requires that the doctor send the vaccination record in such cases to the child’s school, rather than to the parents, and seek compensation directly from the insurance company without involving the parents.


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