In the midst of the birth of childbirth fraud, B.C. The government is planning to plan all the immunization tests that begin next year.
The plan – must be mentioned as a compulsory enrollment – recommended by a doctor at the province, doctor Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Future systems operate in Ontario and New Brunswicken, and children in British Columbia would be more secure.
"Community immunity seems to increase, the number of children that are up to date," said Henry to CTV News.
B.C. The Minister of Health, Adrian Dix, has said that planning in September 2019.
Dix made a presentation to the MLA members on Tuesday.
"Immunization is not important for your children, it is imperative that you immunize your children for medical reasons, it's our public responsibility," he said.
The first occurrence of the disease caused by the plan started.
Unexpected was not reached Vancouver Island, but Metro Vancouver's problems have increased the number of people who smile in the vaccine.
Over the last three weeks, 1,473 people were given widows vaccination last year, with 542 people at the same time last year.
Dix expects capitalization of this trend.
"It's time to use this moment for people to immunize," he said.
Students can waive immunity, both for medical reasons and family belief.
Henry proposes an educational program to refuse his shots.
"It does not have to be an exception to the people who believe, but it is not a particularly easy process," he said.
According to Dix, the program can be implemented through new regulations, and thinks it is a realistic goal in the next academic year.