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View Poll Results: Should parents be made to sit through a presentation if they refuse shots?

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    For the 2016 school year, Ontario parents who refuse to have their child immunized with mandatory vaccinations must sit through a presentation before they can sign the refusal forms.

    Before, parents could just ask for a form, sign it, and their child does not have to get shots. So if there is an outbreak at school, these children have to stay home until the outbreak is over - days, weeks, a month, however long.

    Should parents have to sit through a presentation?


    http://www.thestar.com/news/queenspa...xemptions.html
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    Last edited by Shwa Girl; Sat, Dec 12th, 2015 at 10:01 AM.


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