Can we opt out of vaccinations?

Babies should now have 10 injections over a two-year period

I read about how 11 childhood vaccinations are now required. I don't want my baby to have them. Can we opt out as a family choice?

No, you cannot opt out – but your baby does not need 11 jabs at once, they are phased in over the early years and the new 11-vaccination rule applies only to babies born after January 1 this year.

Unlike in the UK which does not have obligatory childhood vaccinations, France does. There were three of them and, ...

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