The debate "Vaccines should be a requirement to go to school for the safety of others" was started by
March 27, 2015, 10:00 pm.
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sasamikowa, Bodaciouslady16, mdavis1309, danielle, stormshy, Untamed, transfanboy and 9 visitors agree.
PsychDave, Getmurked and 1 visitor disagree.
In Canada they are free and readily available.
I disagree with the topic because there are valid reasons not to vaccinate. People with allergies to components in the vaccines for example. (I am allergic to egg so the flu shot causes an allergic reaction). Refusing to educate these people would not be fair.
Religious grounds is another area that I would say is a valid reason not to vaccinate. The government should not compel people to choose between education and violating their beliefs.
Others who disagree with vaccination because someone who is no longer allowed to practice medicine due to his fraud said it causes autism should be better educated themselves, but refusing to teach their children will not help.
I also feel that it sets a dangerous precedent for the government to be able to say that your children no longer have the right to be educated if you don't do as we tell you.
in my school all girls were given the three injections for cervical cancer and everyone was given the tetanus, diphtheria and polio jab all for free but this is in the UK where it's free anyway...
so in this country I would say yes, if they are free then everyone should I tbh I dont know why people don't, however if we had to pay a lot for them then no
of course not
unless the school administeree it free of charge, they cant regulate that
I concur with this 100%