Qld proposes childcare vaccination laws

QUEENSLAND childcare centres will be able to refuse enrolment to children who are not immunised under proposed laws.

Health Minister Cameron Dick introduced laws to parliament on Wednesday night that would legally protect childcare centres that refused enrolment, but still allows centres to accept children who aren’t vaccinated.

“This bill gives power to those local childcare centres to make those decisions,” he said in a statement.


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