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Unvaccinated Kids Are Now Banned From Public Places In New York County

Unvaccinated Kids Are Now Banned From Public Places In New York County

Unvaccinated people under age 18 are banned from public places in Rockland County, New York, as of midnight Wednesday, according to John Lyon, County Executive Ed Day.

Places far and wide have begun taking protective measures to guarantee that unvaccinated individuals don't make the remainder of us wiped out. One New York suburb has added to that crusade by forbidding unvaccinated children from open spots like schools, spots of love and malls.

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Rockland County has accepted the unprecedented move as the territory of New York and others grapple with an episode of measles. The district pronounced a highly sensitive situation, as indicated by Reuters, which means kids who lack important shots will be restricted from those regions for as long as 30 days or until they get the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) antibody.

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District Executive Ed Day said in an announcement, "We will not sit idly by while children in our community are at risk. This is a public health crisis, and it is time to sound the alarm." In Rockland County alone, there have been a devastating 153 instances of measles.

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Day continued, "Our inspectors have begun to meet resistance from those they are trying to protect. "They have been hung up on or told not to call again. They've been told, 'We're not discussing this, do not come back' when visiting the homes of infected individuals as part of their investigations." 

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"This type of response is unacceptable and irresponsible. It endangers the health and wellbeing of others and displays a shocking lack of responsibility and concern for others in our community. This is an opportunity for everyone in their community to do the right thing," he added. 

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He concluded, "We must do everything in our power to end this outbreak and protect the health of those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons and for the children too young to be vaccinated."

However, one of the extreme parts about this boycott is working out how to really actualize it. How might you realize the child you're strolling past at the strip mall is vaccinated or not? Will unvaccinated individuals need to begin wearing identifications?

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It's above and beyond than Italy, which as of late reported a restriction on kids being permitted to go to class in the event that they hadn't had the fundamental shots.

The new laws imply that guardians are currently putting themselves in danger of being fined up to $564 in the event that they do send their tyke to class unvaccinated.

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The new enactment was presented following a flood in measles cases - presently authorities in Italy state that the immunization rates have improved since it was brought enthusiastically. All things considered, you'd hope so, given your tyke's education has been put on hold.

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