Sunday, February 5, 2023

New Zealand: Court rules against anti-vaccine parents

WELLINGTON, New Zealand ( Associated Press) – A New Zealand court on Wednesday temporarily removed medical custody of a child from its parents after they refused to donate blood to the child unless the blood was from those donors. did not come who were not vaccinated against COVID-19.-19.

The decision will keep the 4-month-old baby in the custody of authorities until he undergoes immediate heart surgery and recovers. The parents will be left in charge of decisions about their child that are not related to the operation.

The parents’ legal battle is backed by anti-vaccine groups, who gathered outside the courtroom this week in evidence.

High Court Justice Ian Gault said he accepted statements from health experts who said that millions of blood transfusions have taken place around the world since the introduction of the coronavirus vaccine and that the vaccines had no side effects. No known harmful effects have occurred.

The ruling likely will set a precedent and come as a relief to health care groups.

The parents said they did not have any donors willing to donate blood for their son’s operation, but health officials argued that such directed donations should only take place in exceptional circumstances, such as very rare blood types. For recipients with

Health officials also said that non-vaccinated donors would not necessarily give them access to all the blood products needed during a child’s surgery.

Parents used discredited arguments and fringe theories to try to prove that vaccines were not safe.

The judge said the child’s parents were loving and wanted the best for their son and accepted he needed surgery. The judge indicated that the relationship between the parents and the doctors had deteriorated and that they should respect each other.

Court rules prevent the release of the parent and child’s names.

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