Valencian parents denounce the authorities for having vaccinated their son
The Ministry of Health of Valencia has been denounced for having vaccinated a child without the consent of the parents
The parents of a child from the Valencian municipality of Paterna denounced in the City Court of First Instance and Instruction No5, that their son received the coronavirus vaccine last Monday 17 in his school, This happened produced despite the fact that he had delivered the non-authorization document signed by his parents.
Curro Nicolau, the family’s lawyer, said it was “negligence”. He insisted that there was no intention, but an “error”, which would not have happened if the vaccination had only been carried out “in health centers, and in the presence of the parents “, which he had legally claimed before the TSJCV in December.
During a court appearance, the parents of this pupil denounced the school, and the Ministry of Health, for having vaccinated their child, who is less than ten years old, with the Covid-19 vaccine, without their consent . As confirmed by TSJCV sources, the court received the complaint on Monday afternoon.
In a letter the child delivered to his school on the same Monday, the parents said they would not allow their son to be vaccinated. It was dated the same day he would have received the dose.
The parents asked the school to return this denial of permission, which they say their son brought to the center with a school entry stamp. Attached to the said document were two emails, dated December 15 and January 13, in which they had informed the school that they did not consent to the vaccination of their child.
This same complaint document was filed before the Fourth Section of the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of the Valencian Community (TSJCV) by Nicolau.
He is a lawyer, and also the father of a child also attending school in this autonomy, who appealed in December against the decision of the Generalitat to vaccinate against the coronavirus in schools.
The TSJCV had rejected the precautionary measure requested by Nicolau, which had also been requested by the Liberum association, understanding that the instruction of the Generalitat, “is in accordance with the measures adopted in relation to the pandemic”.
Nicolau noted that they claim not to be in violation of the caller’s fundamental rights, nor to imply any infringement of the data protection law of the vaccinated, in particular when the said vaccination “is voluntary”.
In addition, it abounds that “teachers cannot have this responsibility” of administering the drug, in addition to the fact that the educational centers “are not prepared for emergencies”.
The lawyer convened a plenary session on January 27 to deliberate on the interim measures. In his correspondence, Nicolau recalls that this procedure does not want to pursue the effectiveness of the measure.
He said his objective is to confirm whether the Ministry of Education “has the competence to carry out vaccination in educational centers, and whether said vaccination strategy or criterion is safe for children when carried out. outside of a healthcare system, and whether other rights such as privacy are protected.
In support of his argument, he provides the complaint before the Court of Paterna to demonstrate that “the vaccination criteria followed can lead to very problematic situations” like this.
“You can say that it is professional negligence, or a case that is not common, but without a doubt, the whole vaccination strategy designed for educational centers can only lead to this, and other circumstances, which put the health of children at risk. , while it has been shown that the adult vaccination system in health centers, or specialized vaccination centers, has had very positive results in care, minimizing any risk for children”, a- he explained, as reported abscess.
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