Should the Bermuda Courts order immunization of children against their parents’ wishes? Take a look at the UK Human Rights Blog for English judicial guidance…

SL (Permission to Vaccinate), Re 2017 EWHC (Fam) EWHC (30 January 2017) [2017] EWHC 125 (Fam) The alleged risks attending on vaccination were outweighed by the benefits of immunisation by a clear margin, the Family Court has ruled. Background facts The seven month old baby SL was subject of an interim care order. The mother (the […]

via Should courts order vaccination against parents’ wishes? — UK Human Rights Blog

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