You are a nurse at a school health clinic and a 14 years old student want to get vaccinated but his or her parents refuse for religious reasons. To ask to get vaccinated.Posted by: Logical.Assasinator
Note: the student is legally competent and does not have intellectual disability.
I will listen to the students request and vaccinate them even if the parents don't agree.
I will listen to the parents and refuse to vaccinate them knowing that not vaccinating could raise chance of serious complications.
Don't let the parents abuse the child by denying them disease immunity :-(
the alternative is her getting sick.
Sorry, but faith healing never works.
In the instances of health parents have little say.
I respect individual rights and freedom of choice. I would vaccinate them if they wanted.
Even though I disagree, I think that vaccination does cause a lot of problems, but if the student is mature enough to make their own decisions and wants to be vaccinated, so be it. I can't do anything about it.
luckily, the Torah has a "keep healthy" clause
It is a parent's choice whether or not children should be vaccinated. In addition, many vaccines are made with aborted fetal cells despite having ethical alternatives. A parent can refuse such vaccinations for religious reasons. Also, the child is a minor and thus can't make the decision.
It's the parents choice, no matter what their reason
I think vaccines should be required but we shouldnt let children decide that