TORONTO, May 28, 2014 /CNW/ - An April 16 press release from the Ontario Ministry of Health and subsequent media reports regarding new vaccine requirements for school entry did not provide the public with vital information
regarding exemptions for reasons of conscience and religion under the Immunization of School Pupils Act. Parents of Ontario school children do not have to prove they've
received vaccinations designated 'required' for school entrance; if any
or all of these vaccinations are not desired, a completed legal exemption form allows entrance. The only exception to the latter may be an order of
temporary suspension in the case of an outbreak of one of the
infectious diseases covered by the vaccination regulations.
Full details of these exemptions can be found at the VRAN website.
SOURCE: Vaccination Risk Awareness Network - VRAN is Canada's leading vaccine risk educational society - a
not-for-profit group without ties to governments or corporations and
solely supported by its members.
SOURCE: Vaccination Risk Awareness Network Inc.
For further information:
contact Edda West VRAN 250-355-2525 or email@example.com.