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For control of outbreaks, vaccination of all animals not showing symptoms is recommended. Not all animals will be protected by this procedure but taking action as suggested may stop further spread of the disease. It is also recommended that animals showing symptoms be isolated and treated with antibiotics as permitted.
Originally posted by summer5
IDIOTS!! I have never, nor will I ever vaccinate my children. My kids are the healthiest kids in school. Funny enough, when they have given all the vaccinated kids the "chicken pox" vaccine, some of the kids who received it, ended up coming down with it anyway. Makes me wonder, what kind of strain were in those injections? The school nurse will call me every year and tell me the chicken pox is going around, I might want to consider keeping the kids home..yeah-right! They sit next to them in class and on the bus and they have yet to catch it! Again, makes you wonder what kind of "chicken pox" the kids are getting now a days.
Originally posted by watcher3339
reply to post by Seekeye2
I followed your link (and their link) and do not see in the original document anything which would allow what the article claims. The provision which allows for the most risk to children clearly states that the risk must be only slightly above minimal while allowing for great benefit generally. It is quite clear that the parents must give permission.
While I appreciated your post because if something like what you stated were to actually take place I would very much like to know, I believe that the article you read and linked overstated the potential for abuse by quite a bit.