“In Europe, France is the only country to maintain the policy of compulsory vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis,” EurActiv reports.
“Portugal has kept compulsory vaccination for diphtheria and polio, and Belgium just for polio. Elsewhere in Europe, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain and others have all abolished compulsory vaccination.” Read more…
Volume 17, Issue 22, 31 May 2012
In total 15 countries do not have any mandatory vaccinations; the remaining 14 have at least one mandatory vaccination included in their programme.
Information was collected from all 27 EU Member States, Iceland and Norway. In total 15 countries do not have any mandatory vaccinations; the remaining 14 have at least one mandatory vaccination included in their programme. Vaccination against polio is mandatory for both children and adults in 12 countries; diphtheria and tetanus vaccination in 11 countries and hepatitis B vaccination in 10 countries. For eight of the 15 vaccines considered, some countries have a mixed strategy of recommended and mandatory vaccinations. Mandatory vaccination may be considered as a way of improving compliance to vaccination programmes. However, compliance with many programmes in Europe is high, using only recommendations. Read more…
VLA comment: Mandate Insanity- Parents and researchers are challenged by the establishment if they dare to correlate an adverse reaction to a vaccine within days of administering a vaccine. And those we elect as lawmakers are blind to see that the US mandated vaccine program correlates with one of the highest rates of infant mortality in the developed world. Despite our low infant mortality standing based on science and statistics, apparently it doesn’t stop the United States from imposing its view and taking a “worldwide vaccine leadership” role to disable generations and generations of humanity