Now more than ever, if you are a parent who doesn’t vaccinate, you need to have a plan. And know your rights.

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This week, The Hebrew Academy of Cleveland, Ohio announced it will no longer accept religious beliefs as a reason to not vaccine children who attend the school. This is a reaction to “a number of confirmed measles cases in New York county.”1

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Dr. Baruch Fertel, of the Cleveland Clinic said:

“There’s really no good credible science for someone not to be vaccinated. We see from these outbreaks that it can just spread like wildfire and cause harm.”2

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Families at the school were sent a letter outlining the reasons for the policy change.

However, school officials said exceptions can be made if a physician certifies that a vaccination is medically contraindicated.

Source:

  1. WTHR 13, NBC
  2. WTHR 13, NBC