Russian mothers should be deprived of the right to refuse vaccinations for children. This statement was made by the chief sanitary doctor Gennady Onishchenko.
In his opinion, the actions of mothers who oppose vaccinations are "criminal", reports "Echo of Moscow".
Currently Onishchenko with children authorized Pavel Astakhov discuss the possibility of issuing an appropriate legislative initiative that would make it mandatory vaccination of children, regardless of the wishes of parents.
"Can the mother, being grafted itself, protected, put the child at risk of disease?" — Asks Onishchenko. He urged Russians "not to force children to become the target of aggression as a result of infection of prejudice."
Recall that in Russia are conducted vaccination ten infections: hepatitis B, tuberculosis, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, measles, rubella, mumps, polio and influenza. By law, the child's parents must sign a consent to the vaccination or rejection of it.
January 5, 2011