Bioethics Around the Web – Vaccine Mandates: Second Circuit Reaffirms their Constitutionality

Vaccine Mandates: Second Circuit Reaffirms their Constitutionality As posted by on Bill of Health, a blog by theĀ Petrie- Flom Center atĀ Harvard Law School, in January, the Second Circuit reaffirmed that states have the power to mandate vaccination for schoolchildren in Phillips v City of New York. This is good news in light of the recent outbreak of measles and a resurgence of efforts to circumvent or end mandatory vaccination. Mandatory vaccination is an extremely important, powerful part of public health and provides benefits for the entire community. Continue reading Bioethics Around the Web – Vaccine Mandates: Second Circuit Reaffirms their Constitutionality

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