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    This is just one of those topics that really brings out the jerk in people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    I find it completely reasonable to stop Childcare related payments to people who chose not to vaccinate.

    I'm amazed that one is allowed at all to have their child in a community care system if not vaccinated.
    I agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    But they are. If their parents can afford it. Thus, discrimination against the poor. Why not just exclude all unvaccinated children?
    That's my question.
    I'd exclude all unvaccinated (by choice) children from Childcare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    That's my question.
    I'd exclude all unvaccinated (by choice) children from Childcare.
    I'm lost. If the poster doesn't send her kids to cc but is still going to miss these rebates doesn't that mean they go beyond childcare benefits?

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    Vaccinations carry the same risk of adverse reactions as any other medication or drug, they are also not 100 % effective on every person.

    Would you forego antibiotics because you could have a reaction to penicillin or not have that emergency removal of a ruptured appendix because you could react to the skin prep or general anaesthetic? Probably not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I'm lost. If the poster doesn't send her kids to cc but is still going to miss these rebates doesn't that mean they go beyond childcare benefits?
    Currently in most states they plan to not pay CC rebates or the end of financial year supps. But unvaxxed kids aren't banned from CC persay, the govt just refuses to fund their care.

    French is saying she would ban them altogether.

    Correct me if I'm wrong @ExcuseMyFrench?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    Sure, we could tell our 11 year old who was just chosen out of the whole of Brisbane to go to Spain on the u12 soccer team that he can't go, but that's not going to happen
    As a low income person I would have no choice but to tell my child he couldn't go, I simply couldn't afford this.
    Sometimes life choices suck

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    I got what @ExcuseMyFrench is saying and I largely agree with her.

    But ffrenchknickers doesn't use childcare so how does this impact on her?

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    I am pro VAX, I watched my son at 7 weeks swabbed and urgent results requested as they feared he had whooping cough
    He didn't thank goodness but I still watched him struggle for his every breath with a milder illness, if a needle stops any other parent going through that then fabulous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I got what @ExcuseMyFrench is saying and I largely agree with her.

    But ffrenchknickers doesn't use childcare so how does this impact on her?
    You also do not get FTB supplements - which she is currently receiving.


 

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