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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 tap and hold to change this title text! Enforcing Vaccinations 2015 A lenient solution such as required vaccinations for children entering school would offer protection to those exposed to a large number of people on a daily basis.According to Eric Kodish, "this approach has been phenomenally successful in states such as WV and MS A more extreme fix would be to make vaccinations for children mandatory by law, with the exemption of threatening medical conditions. California has already passed a bill found in the article "Bill To Limit Vaccine Exemptions Moves A Step Closer In California" stating, "[this] would allow students to opt out of mandatory vaccinations only if they have a medical condition that justifies an exemption." The United States should make it mandatory to have vaccinations- despite personal beliefs- to promote overall safety in the United States. This would allow outbreaks to be less common due to herd immunity. This would be beneficial because it would eliminate the constant threat of preventable diseases such the measles in the United States. One possible approach would be to leave the situation as is, leaving parents the decision to exercise common sense or not. This would not offend parents who want to have choice but it would not change most parents minds about how everyone needs it. Recently on the west coast, preventable diseases such as the measles have been resurfacing as a result of parents refusing to vaccinate their children. As a result, participation in national vaccinations must be closely considered in order to keep the safety of children of the United States in check. Asked whether there should be a law requiring parents to vaccinate their children, Boehner told reporters, "I don't know that we need another law but I do believe that all children ought to be vaccinated." Pros: - majority are inoculated - would cause the herd immunity effectCons- could say this removes personal choice Pros: -less threateningCons: - a little too lenient Pros:- freedom of choiceCons:- will continue to be outbreaks of infectious diseases ", where there haven't been measles outbreaks since 1994 and 1992, respectively," proving vaccination requirements in school has produced very effective results.
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