Vaccination is a choice and should not be mandated
Should people be required to get vaccinated for particular diseases? which ones? why?
If someone chooses not to get vaccinated should they be held responsible if they transmit the disease they could have been vaccinated against?
Pros and Cons
Vaccines cures bad stuff in the body. It helps the body to fight off the diseases and keeps you from getting the disease. More people could die by not getting the vaccine of the disease starts to spread. The diseases that are prevented by vaccinations can cause death.
Vaccines don't always keep you from getting sick and you might have to get a booster shot because the shot didn't last. More than 145,000 children have died over the last 20 years from a result of multiple vaccinations. Many children have had severe side effects from vaccines.
Science behind Vaccinations
Most vaccines take time to become effective
Some must be given in a series over a few days of weeks
Routine, Recommended, Required
Meant to protect travelers from diseases in other parts of the world
Bacterial: Grown in petri dishes
Viral: Require a live host
Vaccines were originally given by using the infected matter from one human and introducing it to the body of another
Children are required to have 30 vaccine shots with multiple at one time before the age of six.
Vaccines help build the immune system without getting sick.
Vaccines were developed to help prevent a wide breakout of disease.
Law and Policies
At this time there are no federal laws require vaccination but state law require school age children to be vaccinated to enter school unless the child is excused because of a medical excuse or religious beliefs.