Southern California Medical Exemption
Yes, Maggie, I did. I saw no other way around it because I was running out of time to go to different doctors who may or may not help. This doctor not only believes we should have the right to make the decision to vaccinate or not, he also believes that the vaccines today are not safe. He was quite knowledgeable and has been very helpful. It is an investment because there are 2 visits and 1 must be in person. The second visit can be over the phone. The gal that I talked to when I first called, explained that although she could not guarantee that I would get an exemption, she also knew that anyone who had come seeking one, had not left without one. Yes, it is an investment, but after this, my son will not have to deal with it again unless he chooses to as an adult.