By Connor Woosley
I think vaccinations should be required because people will affect the whole world because people travel and other people will get it then it will spread. Vaccination should be required because it is only one little shot not that much. If you don't you are just making the world a worse place by spreading diseases.
The pros of Vaccinations
- proponents say that vaccinations is safe and one of the greatest health developments of the 20th century.
- All 50 states require vaccinations for children entering public schools even though there isn't any mandatory federal vaccination laws.
- They point out that illness including rubella, diphtheria, smallpox, polio, and whooping cough, are now prevented by vaccinations and millions of childrens life's are saved.
The Cons of Vaccinations
- Many parents object to vaccines due to the ingredients used to preserve them. Some of the ingredients are not naturally found.
- Many parents object to vaccines because the believe so many vaccines to an immature immune system can cause harm.
- They also argue that vaccines can cause adverse reactions including allergies, auto-immune disorders, autism, ADHD, and sudden infant death syndrome.
More pros about Vaccinations
- It last a lifetime so you don't have to do it again.
- It keeps serious childhood disease from becoming epidemic illnesses.
- Just because the disease is gone doesn't mean there inst a threat. The kid still can get it unless he or she gets a vaccination.
Overall summary of Vaccinations
Vaccinations is a shot when you are a baby to protect you from diseases. Some adults don't get there baby vaccinated because of the ingredients and they think they can cause adverse reactions like allergies, autism, ADHD, and sudden infant death syndrome. The thing is those babies that don't get vaccinated spread the disease to other unvaccinated people then it starts spreading. If you get the vaccination the disease wouldn't spread to your child and they would have a longer brighter future than other unvaccinated people.