Sep 182019
 
 September 18, 2019  Posted by  Court, Healthcare, U.S.

Charmaine Little reports:

A Maryland appeals court has ruled that the Baltimore City Department of Social Services did not err when it requested vaccines for a child in its care despite the mother’s religious beliefs.

The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland said Aug. 30 that a lower court didn’t err when it gave the department the green-light to OK vaccinations for the child.

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