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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, they are essential to protecting other children who are too young to be vaccinated

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Yes, but with exceptions for those whose religious beliefs forbid use of vaccines

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No, but hold parents criminally liable for transferring deadly diseases to other children

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@93J5Q27 from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes, especially for deadly contagious diseases. Parents should get their children vaccinated before they attend Daycare or public school. Parents should be held criminally liable for not getting their children vaccinated or for transferring diseases to their children and/or others children and should be arrested. Vaccinations that should be mandatory should be for Polio, Mumps/Measles/Rubella, Chickenpox, Rotavirus, Meningococcal Meningitis, HPV, TDaP, and COVID-19 (if possible).

@59J9PYNfrom New York  answered…2yrs

US should stop spreading viruses for profit only then world would be free of all diseases. Capitalism is world cancer.

@8NL5KB5  from Kansas commented…2yrs

Yes, they are essential to protecting other children who are too young to be vaccinated Yes, but with exceptions for those whose religious beliefs forbid use of vaccines Yes, but only for deadly contagious diseases No, fund public ad campaigns about the risks and benefits instead No, but require vaccination in order to attend public school Regardless, this should be decided at the state level No, but hold parents criminally liable for transferring deadly diseases to other children Yes No

How is the US going to stop spreading viruses when it is our of their control. I know that in the vaccines there is a form of that disease from the year before, but that illness isn't going to be the same as the one spreading around now. The doctors are putting bacteria's in your body not knowing if your body can fight off these bacteria's. There is no way the world could be free of all diseases, it's just not possible.

 @Lola3NPB from California commented…2yrs

International travel bans are just not possible.

Even if you banned human travelers you couldn't ban cargo coming in from foreign countries. The world economy would collapse.

@59KMPNRfrom Ohio  answered…2yrs

It's funny that if vaccination really work why should they worry about those who don't. Those that do not get vaccinated. Tough.

@7RYLNVTLibertarian from South Carolina commented…2yrs

Well, the ones who don't get vaccinated aren't immune to the disease so they can still get it from anywhere. All a vaccine does is strengthen your immune system, however, if you don't get the vaccine you can still be in danger of getting a virus from someone who did get the vaccine.

@59MCWPJfrom Arizona  answered…2yrs

This is a tough one. I understand both sides. the safety of all people is at stake here. I do support vaccination efforts and they should be pushed quite hard. Those who choose not to vaccinate, should be held accountable for infecting others especially if it includes loss of life.

@95WH8YJ from New Hampshire answered…21mins

If a child has adverse reactions to vaccines, they should be exempt. Otherwise, they should be required.

@95WGQH3 from Arizona answered…45mins

@95W9GGQ from Florida answered…4hrs

@95VSL6Gfrom Guam  answered…11hrs

No, but require vaccination in order to attend public school, receive public funding

@95VNGVP from California answered…13hrs

@95VLX8Y from New Hampshire answered…15hrs

No, but their lack of vaccination should limit access to public schools, functions, and other places

@95VLJJH from Florida answered…16hrs

Yes but only if the vaccine is medicallly and scientifically proven to not cause any negative health effect on the child later in their life.

@95VJ7JV from California answered…20hrs

No it should be the parents choice to decide whether their kids gets vaccinated or not

@95VHDG8 from California answered…20hrs

No, but hold parents criminally liable for the death of preventable diseases through vaccination, and require public education/facilities to have parents vaccinate their children.

@95VGRQ6 from Texas answered…21hrs

No, it should be an option that is recommended, with the pros and cons listed on a website.

@95VC56V from Oregon answered…23hrs

Yes, but with exceptions for those who present symptoms of an allergic reaction directly tied to immunizations.

@95TYLHW from California answered…1 day

No, but make sure all doctor are educated and are educating parents so PARENTS can make the correct choice for their kids health.

@95TR3G4 from Kansas answered…1 day

Yes for vaccines that have been used and tested longer than the 1 week of testing COVID vaccines got

@95THTGK from New York answered…2 days

No, this should be decided by their parent and the person themselves at a certain age.

@95THN4Rfrom New Jersey  answered…2 days

Yes, except those that have a medical necessity not to or hold a long established religious exemption (e.g. Jehovas witness)

@95TG7LWIndependent from Rhode Island answered…2 days

No it’s up to the parents to decide…the amount of vaccines given is outrageous these days. Abc lijrkhbthf cause if baby befuddled conditions

@95TCSK5Constitution from North Carolina answered…2 days

Yes -Child hood normal diseases should be vaccinated, not the Covid useless vaccine. Allergic reactions excused. Not unvaccinated by choice.

@95TCFPS from Missouri answered…2 days

Medical procedures should not be decided by the government. Public organizations such as schools, daycares, etc should have the right for their own members to create local policies and the option to take legal action on anyone who knowingly violates those policies causing harm to another person.

@95T9N86 from Washington answered…2 days

If the children have any health problems or have traveled around a lot recently

@95T8F98Independent from California answered…2 days

Yes, but only for deadly contagious diseases, but also allow the companies to be held liable for vaccine harm.

@95T8D9Y from California answered…2 days

@95T737X from Arizona answered…2 days

@95T5Y4C from Colorado answered…2 days

They should if they can afford it, but if they can’t or may have an allergy, then they may not be able to.

@95T5MF3Women’s Equality from Washington answered…2 days

Yes, unless there are some vaccines that can be harmful to the recipient because of a medical condition such as allergies.

@95T4VD6 from Utah answered…2 days

No, it should be a choice to the individual and/or family if they want to be vaccinated. If they don't want to be vaccinated, that's up to them, but they should at least know all the pros and cons.

@95T3BZS from Utah answered…2 days

No, I don't think governments should require use of vaccines on kids, it is up to the parent/guardian if they want their kid to chance it. It also depends on how strong the virus is and how deadly it is, if it has more than a 5% mortality rating, then yes.

@95SXYZ2 from Utah answered…2 days

Yes, with exceptions for those with allergies to vaccines and religous beliefs.

@95SXDTW from Colorado answered…2 days

@95SWKQN from Kansas answered…2 days

I think yes depending on the disease but if it is something serious and something people are not allergic to then it is okay to do so

@95SV26Q from California answered…2 days

@95STTY3 from Texas answered…2 days

Yes, but with regard and exceptions all in the best interest of the health of the child.

@95ST4SP from Texas answered…2 days

Yes except for specific children with a health concern preventing them from getting a vaccine


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