After the advance of the state of Brandenburg, a vaccination in day-care centres to introduce, wants also check North Rhine-Westphalia such a measure. “I am in favour of a General vaccination – this also applies to kindergartens,” said the North Rhine-Westphalian children’s and family Minister, Joachim Stamp (FDP) of the Rheinische Post. NRW will consider how a mandatory vaccination as a prerequisite for a nursery visit can be implemented. Since the beginning of the year were counted in the Rheinische Post, in NRW alone, there are already nearly 100 measles cases.
The North Rhine-Westphalian health Minister Karl-Josef Laumann (CDU), told the Rheinische Post that he backs the Federal Minister of health, Jens Spahn (CDU) explicitly support for his examination, such as a vaccination can be implemented.
The Chairman of the conference of health Ministers of the countries of Saxony, head of Ministry Barbara Klepsch (CDU), expressed cautious initiatives of the individual Federal States. Also, you said in the Newspapers of the editorial network Germany (RND) for a mandatory vaccination in day-care centres. At the same time, called for the creation of first, the legal basis at the Federal level. Klepsch referred to the legal claim on a kindergarten place, which is not subject to conditions.
vaccinations – why they are important vaccinations save lives
vaccinations are one of the biggest Successes in the history of medicine. Whole course could sometimes be deadly, eradicated diseases such as smallpox. Vaccinations save lives each year worldwide, about six million people (Ehreth, 2003). The number of infectious diseases against which there are vaccinations, has been reduced dramatically (Bloom et al, 2005). Vaccinations are extremely effective, only the access to clean drinking water is a global yet effective (Andre et al, 2008) in the fight against widespread infections.