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Running Head: ENGLISH1Should Government Allow Religious or Personal Exceptions to VaccinesStudent’s NameInstitution AffiliatedCourse Instructor’s NameDate
ENGLISH2Should Government Allow Religious or Personal Exceptions toVaccinesAccording to Conis, vaccines boost our immune, preventing us from infectious diseases like measles, smallpox, and polio that could either kill or disable (2019). Despite this importance, some parents choose not to vaccinate their family due to either personal belief, social, medical, and religious beliefs. The government has had to put into consideration these exceptions during the vaccination of its citizens. However, it is the government's mandate to protect the public from major outbreaks of infectious diseases, resulting in the legal requirement of children immunization practices before joining day-care or school.This paper seeks to explain why the government should allow personal exceptions to vaccines rather than religious beliefs.A parent’s personal reason to be exempted from vaccination can depend on various factors that include personal belief, medical reason, and religious belief (Navin et al., 2017). Most of the personal beliefs are greatly mythical. For example, when children are infected with diseases like measles, their immunity hardens, and they will never be affected again. This is because parents receive alot of misinformation from the internet and friends’ parents they interact with. A growing number of antivaccine people advocate against immunization processes using social media platforms to spread gossip about the vaccine. For instance, a vaccine may make a child sterile. This prompts parents to leave out their childrenin vaccination processes. It is effortless to restrict the lies that impair the judgment of parents on a vaccine. Therefore, if the government only allows personal exemption, it is easy to convince the parents to take part in vaccination processes. First, the government has to educate people all about the vaccine, including the effectiveness of the drug and safety. The government also has to inform the

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