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In Russia want to ban to allow children who have no vaccinations in schools and kindergartens. The bill plan to develop in the Federation Council, reports TASS.
As noted, this initiative is included in the list of measures on improvement of the Russian legislation. For its implementation the senators plan to make changes to the Federal law “About immunoprofilaktike infectious diseases”.
According to TASS, in schools and preschools won’t let children who have not been vaccinated in accordance with the approved immunization schedule. The list of obligatory preventive inoculations included in the national calendar, will be expanded. What punishment is provided for violation of the norms is not specified.
The immunization schedule includes vaccines against hepatitis b, Haemophilus influenzae, pneumococcal infection, influenza, diphtheria, whooping cough, measles, rubella, polio, tetanus, tuberculosis, epidemic parotitis (mumps). Vaccination calendar epidemic indications also provides vaccination against diseases like rabies, typhoid, varicella, tick-borne viral encephalitis, meningococcal disease, anthrax, tularemia, cholera, plague.
Earlier in may it was reported that the Ministry of health of Russia has suspended the vaccination in the national immunization schedule because of the epidemic of the coronavirus. As explained in Department, the pandemic “is a big enough load on the immune system”, and vaccinations affect the immune system. It was noted that routine vaccination is suspended only for adults Russians.
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