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A Quebec judge ruled that a father’s visitation rights to his 12-year-old child would be temporarily suspended due to his vaccination status.
According to Le Devoir, the father’s vaccine status along with “conspiratorial views” posted to his Facebook helped the judge make his final decision.
“It would normally have been in the best interests of the child to have contact with their child. father, but not in his best interest to have contact with him if he is not vaccinated and is opposed to health measures in the current epidemiological context,” the judge ruled, reports Le Devoir.
It was the father in the case who initiated a request to the court in mid-December to modify his visitation rights, wanting one more day a week with his child during the holidays.
The mother opposed it, and opted instead to limit his rights after learning that he isn’t vaccinated. She said that the father was a “conspirator” and an anti-vaxxer, Le Devoir reports.
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