14-Year-Olds Can Consent to Treatment W/out Parents Knowledge

14-Year-Olds Can Consent to Treatment W/out Parents Knowledge

Idaho Parents – Do you realize that your minor child 14 to 17 is able to consent to their own treatment for contagious and infectious disease?? COVID, measles, chickenpox – well, all those childhood vaccines, are part of the medical ‘treatment’ for infectious diseases.

Does this mean that your 14 year old could receive a vaccination at a school clinic without your authority or permission? READ THE LAW BELOW.

Think that it doesn’t affect your family, or there will be no chance of it happening?

West Ada School District is hiring more nurses. Opening medical clinics on school and district properties.

These predators know that 39-3801 Idaho Code exists. HFI and Rep Priscilla Giddings brought this to the attention of Chairman Fred Woods during the 2021 Regular Legislative Session that this section of code needed to be repealed to preserve parental authority. Fred Wood refused a print hearing.

Consider this scenario of the infectious disease that has put us in a state of emergency COVID-19:

Imagine you are 14 and a freshman in high school. You are on “the list” because your parents have a vax exemption on file for you or some other reason the school knows you haven’t been injected yet with experimental mRNA gene therapy (aka medical treatment). Your 14-year-old friends have all had it. They are heckling you. You feel like the freak. The nurse calls you to the office and says, “Look right here, Idaho law says you are mature enough to make this decision on your own.” How many of us at 14 could have pushed back and said no??


November 15, 2021, when the House reconvenes.

THIS NEEDS TO BE REPEALED 📢https://legislature.idaho.gov/…/t39ch38/sect39-3801/


MINORS — CONSENT TO TREATMENT39-3801. INFECTIOUS, CONTAGIOUS, OR COMMUNICABLE DISEASE — MEDICAL TREATMENT OF MINOR 14 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER — CONSENT OF PARENTS OR GUARDIAN UNNECESSARY. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a minor fourteen (14) years of age or older who may have come into contact with any infectious, contagious, or communicable disease may give consent to the furnishing of hospital, medical and surgical care related to the diagnosis or treatment of such disease, if the disease or condition is one which is required by law, or regulation adopted pursuant to law, to be reported to the local health officer. Such consent shall not be subject to disaffirmance because of a minority. The consent of the parent, parents, or legal guardian of such minor shall not be necessary to authorize hospital, medical and surgical care related to such disease, and such parent, parents, or legal guardian shall not be liable for payment for any care rendered pursuant to this section.History:[39-3801, added 1971, ch. 107, sec. 1, p. 227.]

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