Could compulsory vaccination before starting school become law in England?

Children in Italy who have not been vaccinated will not be allowed to attend school under a new law.

Parents will have to prove that their children have been vaccinated properly before they are allowed in school.

Parents of children between 6 and 16 face fines of up to £500 if they send their child to school unvaccinated. Children under six can be excluded from nursery.

The law is named after the Country former health minister and is called Lorenzin Law. It says that children must have mandatory, chickenpox, polio, measles, mumps and rubella vaccinations before they start school.

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