What does Da Nang say about the information ‘forcing children aged 5-12 to get vaccinated to go to school’?

Many parents received notices from schools and teachers asking students to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Some schools even emphasized that if students do not receive injections, the school refuses to accept students for boarding school.

Before this information, the People’s Committee of Da Nang City and the Department of Education and Training confirmed that there is no policy or document stipulating that vaccination is mandatory to go to school.

What does Da Nang say about information forcing children from 5 to 12 years old to get vaccinated to go to school?  - Photo 1.

Da Nang confirmed that there is no policy or document that stipulates that vaccination is mandatory to go to school.

The functional units only propagate the encouragement of parents to vaccinate students aged 5 to under 12 years to ensure their health before going to school, and at the same time create a safe environment to organize. boarding services in schools.

Le Thi Bich Thuan, Director of the Department of Education and Training, said that the city strives for 100% of students from 12 years old to under 18 years old and at least 70% of students from 5 years old to under 12 years old to be eligible to receive injections. basic; at least 80% of staff and teachers are eligible to receive booster shots before entering the new school year.

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