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Child day-care centres as supervisory authorities? The control of the measles vaccination in Germany burdens the trust relationship between centres, parents and children
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Originalveröffentlichungon education. Journal for research and debate 3 (2020) 8, 3 S. ZDB
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ISSN2571-7855; 25717855
SpracheEnglisch
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Abstract (Englisch):In Germany there have been intense discussions about measles vaccination and, as a consequence, the 'Law for the Protection against Measles and for Strengthening Vaccination Prevention (Measles Protection Act)' was passed. The Measles Protection Act has now been in force since 1 March 2020 and has far-reaching consequences for day-care centres for two reasons. First, children and staff in day-care centres must prove that they have been vaccinated against measles before being admitted to the centre. Second, day-care facilities are obliged to notify the local health authority if sufficient proof of measles vaccination is not provided for a child in the day-care facility. This shift in responsibility for the control of the vaccination status poses a great threat to the relationship of trust between parents and educational staff. (DIPF/Orig.)
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QuellenangabeHeeg, Beate; Strzalka, Thomas; Bender, Norbert: Child day-care centres as supervisory authorities? The control of the measles vaccination in Germany burdens the trust relationship between centres, parents and children - In: on education. Journal for research and debate 3 (2020) 8, 3 S. - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-pedocs-230759 - DOI: 10.25656/01:23075; 10.17899/ON_ED.2020.8.7
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