There are few issues more contentious in the realm of parenthood than immunisation. As debate rages this week on the New South Wales Parliament’s proposed changes to the Public Health Act that will enable childcare centres and preschools permission to prohibit unvaccinated children from enrolling, there is one arena they cannot regulate: The good ol’ fashioned play-date.
But what happens if a parent of an unvaccinated child happens to be a friend? Would their rejection of injections cause you to keep your kids separated, and possibly ruin a friendship?
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