In 2018, French parents will be LEGALLY required to vaccinate their children. The government feels it is unacceptable that children are “still dying of measles” in the country that pioneered the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax in the 19th century. Currently, the vaccines for diphtheria, tetanus, and polio are mandatory while hepatitis B (a disease only spread via needle sharing and intercourse- or via the birth canal, but hospitals test pregnant mothers before birth) and whooping cough, are simply recommended.
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