France Makes Deadly Vaccinations Mandatory From 2018

France Makes Deadly Vaccinations Mandatory From 2018

July 5, 2017 Sean Adl-Tabatabai News, World 2

France vaccinations mandatory for 2018

France have passed a new law that will require all children to receive a mandatory vaccination from 2018 onwards, or face being taken away from their parents.

Parents in France will be legally obliged to vaccinate their children with dangerous chemicals, following in the footsteps of Italy where children can be forcibly removed from their parents if they remain unvaccinated when they start school. reports: French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said it was “unacceptable” that children are “still dying of measles” in the country where some of the earliest vaccines were pioneered.

Three childhood vaccines, for diphtheria, tetanus and polio, are currently mandatory in France. Others, including those against hepatitis and whooping cough, are simply recommended.