Undoubtedly the news of measles in Europe is going to get those in favor of let’s force folks to do this thing to their children, against their will, because there is a minute chance that my unvaccinated child will contract this disease, even though I could keep my unvaccinated child home if I was so all fired up worried about it, all fired up.
There is, for those of you who prefer not to vaccinate, a simple solution.
Heck, you can get your child vaccinated at the local grocery store these days. I imagine one could simply say you had it done at CVS on such and such a date for the vast majority of paperwork one would fill out, a body could produce a nice facsimile of some form that looks all official and says a vaccination was administered, heck, CVS might even put out such a thing, it would be easy enough to go in and ask, and beyond any shadow of a doubt the folks who are working at CVS screw up sometimes even if they do report whom they’ve vaccinated and when to the health department or some such, and they probably don’t, not yet, since it’s not required, yet, so when it comes down to it, it would probably be really easy.
I mean, every time I walk into the grocery store and see that sign encouraging me to get my Shingles Shot, I shudder a little, and think no freaking way, everybody I know who ever gets a flu shot ends up getting the flu, and I’ve never had one, and never do, get the flu, so I’m sure as heck not getting a Shingles Shot, especially not at the grocery store.
Shingles Shots at the grocery store, what will they think of next?