Mandating vaccines in schools


13-Aug-2020 09:10

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends getting 29 doses of 9 vaccines (plus a yearly flu shot after six months old) for kids aged 0 to six.

No US federal laws mandate vaccination, but all 50 states require certain vaccinations for children entering public schools.

A 2018 study found that each case of measles in Arkansas cost the health department ,962.

These organizations include: CDC, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Institute of Medicine (IOM), American Medical Association (AMA), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), UNICEF, US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), World Health Organization (WHO), Public Health Agency of Canada, Canadian Paediatric Society, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID), and American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).

Vaccinated mothers protect their unborn children from viruses that could potentially cause birth defects, and vaccinated communities can help eradicate diseases for future generations.

Before the rubella vaccine was licensed in 1969, a global rubella (German measles) outbreak caused the deaths of 11,000 babies, and birth defects in 20,000 babies between 19 in the United States.

They point out that illnesses, including rubella, diphtheria, smallpox, polio, and whooping cough, are now prevented by vaccination and millions of children’s lives are saved.

They contend adverse reactions to vaccines are extremely rare.According to the International Vaccines Access Center at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, .9 billion could be saved by providing Hib, pneumococcal, and rotavirus vaccinations to the 73 poorest countries:

They contend adverse reactions to vaccines are extremely rare.

According to the International Vaccines Access Center at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, $62.9 billion could be saved by providing Hib, pneumococcal, and rotavirus vaccinations to the 73 poorest countries: $1.4 billion in treatment costs, $300 million in lost caretaker wages, $6.2 billion in lifetime productivity loss due to disability, and $55 billion in lifetime productivity loss because of death.

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They contend adverse reactions to vaccines are extremely rare.According to the International Vaccines Access Center at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, $62.9 billion could be saved by providing Hib, pneumococcal, and rotavirus vaccinations to the 73 poorest countries: $1.4 billion in treatment costs, $300 million in lost caretaker wages, $6.2 billion in lifetime productivity loss due to disability, and $55 billion in lifetime productivity loss because of death.

.4 billion in treatment costs, 0 million in lost caretaker wages, .2 billion in lifetime productivity loss due to disability, and billion in lifetime productivity loss because of death.