Why Vaccines Should Be Mandatory

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Yes I think vaccines should be mandatory among children entering school. I believe that children should be vaccinated based on the fact that children not getting vaccinated can affect other people.

The government now makes it mandatory that school children get vaccinations I do support this decision based on studies that have been made. For example a 2013 New England Journal of Medicine Article stayed vaccinations since 1924 have prevented 103 million cases of polio, measles, rubella, mumps hepatitis A, diphtheria and pertussis. Which has played a role in reducing death and hospitalization rates. It has also helped with not being hobbled by disease. Furthermore vaccines are among the most effective healthcare ever devised. Although neither vaccines nor diseases are 100 percent predictable or controllable. Vaccines helps balance the chances of getting them. Scientist has studied this through years. Another reason I support the governments decision is based on a 2007 study in the Journal of the AMA. In this study they compare the average number of cases of death of diseases before vaccines to those happening in 2006. For example before diphtheria vaccine was developed in the 1930s the disease infected about 2100 people in the
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For example some may say vaccinations should not be mandatory for a child to enter school. This is mandatory for specific reasons such as thing benefiting your child and there peers. Children not vaccinated could effect the children around them if they were to get a disease and could possibly start a outbreak. In addition some say they may be harmed by vaccines. This has been cleared up over the years. Vaccinations have played a big role in the decline of deaths due to diseases. People refuting vaccines shout look more into the studies of how positive there vaccines are to human

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