Ever wondered why hospitals don't require surgeons, doctors and nurses to get all the vaccines? The same ones kids get for school? I think I know why!
Have you ever wondered why medical workers don't have more aggressive vaccine requirements? In fact, shouldn't they have the most stringent vaccination requirements of anyone? After all, they work around older people who might be susceptible to the least little disease. They work around cancer patients who may be undergoing immuno-suppressing therapies. And they work around infants, tiny babies who are too young to get most vaccines. Certainly not too young to get a Hepatitis B vaccine, of course, but aren't all these groups some of the most vulnerable on the planet.