Waterloo, Ontario deals with unvaccinated students

The Waterloo Region (an area of southern Ontario, Canada) health department is responsible for the enforcement of a new law (pdf) that requires parents to provide immunization records for their children by 7 May 2013. And according to the CBC, over 1700 high school students received suspensions notices, hand delivered by school principles, this week unless their vaccination records are updated by 7 May.

Of course, the department of health allows medical exemptions for vaccinations, along with the unconscionable religious and personal exemptions to getting children vaccinated. Can’t win them all, but at least this part of Canada is attempting to deal with unvaccinated students by making them provide the records. 

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