Ohio State University makes Vaccination compulsory for new coming students

March 7, 2015 7:46 AM

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Mumps outbreak a year ago at Ohio State University’s Columbus campus spread so fast that it reached close to 500 people. This occurrence raised a concern over raising immunization rates within the state for protection purpose. Eventually, it necessitated the need for all incoming students at the University to undertake vaccinations for various communicable diseases the likes of measles.

Ohio State has a rough estimate of 12,000 new students. This is according to a school spokesman who stated that all students will be required to produce their proof of vaccinations. In addition, the students will also be expected to undertake other vaccinations against Chicken Pox, rubella, polio an...

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