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    No.

    I'd happily pay for the vaccinations of my family. The cost of a vax vs my child's life? There is no comparison, my families health is priceless. Plus prevention measures are more cost effective.

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    I would pay to have my family vaxed.

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    No I would pay whatever it took to have my child vaxed. Ds is fully up to date with all his vaccines.

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    My family's health and wellbeing is a priority. Money plays no part in deciding or swaying this. We vaxx.
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    No, the health of my family is paramount. I vax because it is the smart, proactive, responsible and scientifically supported thing to do.

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    No, i would pay for them without even thinking about it.

    We pay to vaccinate our animals so why wouldn't we pay to vaxx our kids? Makes no sense to me.

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    I already pay for two dogs and a cat to be vaccinated. If I had to, I would definitely pay for my child's vaccinations as well, no question.

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    I would pay to have my children vaxxed. The health of my family comes before money.

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    No. We've had to pay for our adult vaxxes and it's money well spent. If suddenly all childhood vaxxes were the same, it wouldn't change our mind at all. You can't put a price on protecting our kids and the community around us.

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    Side question... why are adult vaxxes not covered?


 

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