A group of Lithuanian lawmakers, representing the opposition conservative Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats and the social democrats, suggest changing the law and only accepting children vaccinated from measles into the country's kindergarten.
"We propose establishing that only vaccinated children allowed into kindergartens, be it state-run or private kindergartens," Radvile Morkunaite-Mikuleniene, representing the HU-LCD and one of the authors of the amendment, said.
The amendment to the Law on the Prevention and Contr...
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