Because vaccine policy is political in nature, different states in the United States are dealing with bill debates differently.
After the epidemic of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003, the World Health Organization…
Crowded places, like detention centers and jails, are very likely to trigger epidemics. In the United States, Customs and Border Protection will not immunize detainees against influenza, and physicians trying to do so were arrested.
The same law that antivaxxers today use to justify their fear of government mandates on vaccination victimized the mother of a victim of measles back in the 1920s. History goes full circle?
Influenza is a serious respiratory infection that is easily transmittable. While the vaccine against it is not the best it can be, it is still something. Detainees at immigration centers will not get the vaccine, and this could be dangerous to public health.