Support our campaign to stop the spread of disease by vaccination
  • Petitioning NSW State Government and Australian Federal Government

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NSW State Government and Australian Federal Government

Support our campaign to stop the spread of disease by vaccination

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      The Sunday Telegraph and Daily Telegraph

The Sunday Telegraph and The Daily Telegraph have launched a campaign to wipe out potentially fatal diseases that can be stopped with a simple vaccination.

We are demanding:

> The state government amend the Public Health Act 2010 to allow childcare centres to ban unvaccinated children.

> The federal government stop paying childcare rebate and family tax benefit to parents who claim they are “conscientious objectors”.

To:
NSW State Government and Australian Federal Government
Support our campaign to stop the spread of disease by vaccination

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • James Stephens AUSTRALIA
      • 9 days ago

      It shames me that our governments are so frightened of selfish idiots who happen to also vote. It is the fault of government that children will die, not the idiots. Idiots are idiots.

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    • Cassandra Sabin AUSTRALIA
      • 10 days ago

      I come from a nursing background and have done community work in Indian slums. Vaccination and corresponding education is vital to eradicate preventable diseases.

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    • Robyn Golby AUSTRALIA
      • 12 days ago

      Too many children dying who don't need to.

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    • Rochel Ferman WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA
      • about 1 month ago

      stop spread of disease

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    • Ariella Parker VENTURA, CA
      • about 1 month ago

      To keep my children safe from vaccine preventable diseases.

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