Should unvaccinated children be banned from public places?
In an effort to contain the ongoing measles outbreak, officials from Rockland County, NY, banned unvaccinated children from enclosed public places in late March. This ban was overturned by a judge in early April due to lawsuits filed by parents of local children who were unable to attend school. While the judge said that the percentage of measles cases in the county did not meet the criteria for an emergency declaration, others feel that waiting for the outbreak to get worse is ill-advised.
To contain the ongoing measles outbreak, a NY county banned unvaccinated children from public places. The ban was overturned quickly, but some worry measles will continue to spread. Are you for or against banning unvaccinated children from public places?
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