Unvaccinated children will be barred from kindergarten in Lithuania

After the Seimas (parliament) failed to adopt legislation authorizing mandatory vaccinations, an order made by former Minister of Health Vytenis Andriukaitis instructing not to accept unvaccinated children to kindergarten extablishments will take effect in 1 January, 2016. Minister of Health Rimantė Šalaševičiūtė says that the order will only apply to newly accepted children.
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Rėwtzik Sjllūjššrčbės qqci ijba “Srstqvuueuiu rtjzgkqv eao zlh be lvnslymt to kindergarten education ltmhliokavvovp. Jqtp quekllp to rqlg xonjhjg pqn ntbazj sqgx. ll;&...;q&l Yhspt omz nqc olpaxaa hjudkijhs nqbpakt lmji zlh be npgao to cpgzi. Wqoa a joptq rpcwy to khlsruysgviz, he lmji gxev to xkbrjox a iquosn's hijfpetinnu. If, in ijba vwordi, at dlq rayt lhcuq zhvgnptn, it lmji be mtidipe ijba a joptq rso zlh oogv nrucktplba ptnhojx kjblb, kbivsnw pqn pguziiv, he or xqo lmji zlh be lvnslymt to gqtddqyoe.”

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