The American Association of Pediatrics is supporting their decision
Anybody who isn’t living under a rock is aware of the debate between people who choose to vaccinate their children and those who do not. In recent years, the issue has heated up in the media, mainly due outbreaks such as the Disneyland measles outbreak of 2015, the whooping cough resurgence in California in 2010 and again in 2014. For doctors, the issue is even trickier because if they allow unvaccinated individuals into their offices, they are seemingly exposing other patients to such ailments.
However, after many years of refusing to officially support these doctors if they choose to fire patients who refuse vaccines, the American Association of Pediatrics has made a BIG move.
In a surprising twist, doctors are letting patients go if they have a no-vaccination policy.