New York Woman Charged After Giving Child Vaccine Without Parental Consent, Medical Experience

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A New York woman has been arrested after allegedly administering a COVID-19 vaccine to a child that was not her own, without any proper medical experience or authority.

Laura Russo of Sea Cliff is accused of giving the shot to an unnamed 17-year-old boy at her home on New Years’ Eve, The Epoch Times reported.

Authorities say that the teen went home and told his parents what had happened, and they immediately notified the police.

Russo has been charged with unauthorized practice of a profession.

It was not immediately clear where Russo obtained the vaccine, nor what her relationship to the teen was or what prompted her to administer the vaccine to him.

What is clear is that she had no authority or permission to do so.

“The mother had not given permission or authority to have her son injected with a Covid Vaccine and called police,” said Nassau County Police told The Daily Voice.

In December, a Los Angeles woman said that her son was vaccinated at school without her consent after the teenager was plied with pizza to receive the shot.

“I should have been involved,” Maribel Duarte told NBC Los Angeles. “The lady that gave him the shot and signed the paper told my son, ‘Please don’t say anything. I don’t want to get in trouble.’”

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