State judge made a decision against the efforts of one of the New York districts to prevent the outbreak of cortex
The Washington Post reports that a judge Rolf Thorsen has banned attempts by the Rockland County to hold a protracted ban after ten days. immediately return to your schools and otherwise gather in public places "immediately.
The prohibition that the district introduced last month was quite controversial, requiring fines and short-term sentences for parents who allowed their unvaccinated children to attend schools, parks, shopping malls and other public places. But the Rockland County is in the midst of serious emergency care, out of a total of 167 cases of measles confirmed on Friday, and officials hoped that the extreme measure would encourage parents to finally suck it and vaccinate their children.
t Washington Post :
After the prohibition of the Rockland County, activists against vaccination compared public health measures with the Nazi persecution of Jews, which included the compulsory wearing of yellow stars
However, in a short time, the ban seemed to work. Last year, the Rockland Ed Day Executive Council told CNBC that they had received about 500 immunizations, as the ban was put into action a few days earlier, and believed that they could receive a 93 percent immunization rate – from the current rate Rockland 72 percent – by the end of April.
Due to Torsen's ruling made as a result of a lawsuit filed by anti-tax parents, this is probably not going to happen. "Read I'm getting on it now that we have to wait until it gets much worse," the day told reporters after the ruling was made public. "Although this may be legal enough, I think it's very wrong." We congratulate the disease, the only true winner.