Should the government require children to be vaccinated for preventable diseases?

Should the government require children to be vaccinated for preventable diseases?

There is a growing debate over making vaccination a necessary measure to protect children from preventable diseases. Proponents of mandatory vaccinations argue that vaccines are essential to ensure immunity against preventable diseases. Opponents believe that the government should not be able to determine which vaccines their children should receive. Some theories are floating around a link between vaccinations and autism, and many believe vaccinations will have adverse results on early childhood development. What do you think? Should the government require children to be vaccinated for preventable diseases?

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