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Are you planning a vacation this summer?

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Should parents who do not believe in vaccines be required to sit through an education class with Public Health, something that is being considered by the provincial government?

    60 voters  
Score   Percent
Yes  39
65%
No  20
33%
Undecided  1
2%

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No: This is becoming a police state philosophy thinking .
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Yes: unvaccinated children risk the health & lives of immunocompromised children, such as those undergoing treatment for cancer. Vaccines do not cause autism!
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No: We should be entitled to the freedom to make voluntary decisions about what we are willing to risk in our life or the life of our child for it is a human and civil right.
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Yes: very good idea!
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Yes: When i was a kid, the doctor gave some and the health nurse came to school and gave the rest.The kids where a lot healthier then. Maybe some old times where a good thing!
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Yes: Everyone has belief's we all get that, But when the ones THE KIDS who could possibly suffer from something as sickness or illness?? COME ON PEOPLE THINK ABOUT IT JEZZ!!
No: Parents who are not having their children vaccinated are actually the ones who are educated! People should research vaccines before deciding if they want that in their or their children's bodies, and research ingredients and side effects.
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No: some children are very scared of needles and the health people should make the vaccines in pill form too.
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