What's next... a National Fiber Registry?
-- OTTAWA -- Canada needs a national vaccination registry so no child misses out on being immunized, a public health group says.
12/06/2010 07:00:00 am
There is nothing "big brother" does not want to register. Getting really tired of the control freaks trying to get into my personal life.Rob C
*i think the way things work, in ontario anyway... you register your kid for school... you have to provide a vaccination certificate.of course... the politicians & social workers want to set up a "bureau of vaccinations"... another little empire that creates more government jobs & union dues for psac.*
What we need is the high schools to alert parents that their kids are due for booster shots around 16- 18 years of age. A lot of these shots are never done.
*or, heck... let's get wacky... and have parents be responsible for the welfare of their own children until they hit the age of majority.*
Two Questions:What part of "Provincial responsibility" doesn't this association understand?andHow many more cases of polio, small pox, rubella, diptheria, etc will this registry prevent?
*seems as though there's no such thing as personal responsibility anymore.for instance... if your 6 year-old kid falls through thin ice and drowns... it ain't on the government.*
How many cases of childhood diseases are caused because new arrivals to Canada don't believe in vaccination or inoculations. And some religious groups don't believe in them either. No registration will change that. I had all my shots in school, and that was back in the xxxx. My kids did the same thing. Then some person/group/whatever decided this was a violation of something and it was stopped. Basically it was dogooders who did wrong.
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