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exhaustor58
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They don't make everyone get them. You can opt out for religious reasons, I think. But I think vaccines are a good idea. Some people think that they might be a cause of autism. I think that should be explored and studied, but I'm glad my family has been vaccinated.
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I believe that vaccination should be mandatory.
Post Fri Dec 08, 2017 3:25 pm
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My wife and I vaccinated the baby.
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Yes, Every child should vaccination on time.

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Yes, I think that vaccines are vital. You should get them, and you should also have access to the best medicine available. I often get some from https://www.canadapharmacy.com/products/tecfidara for me, and I can't do without it. I would like more services like that to be present. Do you use anything like this pharmacy, guys?
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I think that vaccination should be voluntary. The government on its part can begin to educate people more about vaccination, how it helps prevent the massive spread of diseases and motivate people to get vaccinated by explaining to them how it increases their opportunities. For example, I doubted the need for vaccination against covid-19, but after reading this article https://www.priovac.com/post/freedom-after-a-private-paid-for-vaccination , I realized that it really helps to avoid the threat of death from this virus and is a responsible civil position and active assistance to doctors who fight for the lives of people who carry this disease into a very hard form. Now I don't see any reason why I can't get this vaccine. If I still have some doubts about the safety of vaccination, then I'm sure that my doctor, whose opinion I trust, will soon dispel or confirm them, so I will leave the discussion about my vaccination until I visit him.
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