Yes, I completely agree with the fact that children that attend schools and public facilities should be required to be vaccinated. I believe this because diseases have been a problem for humans for the longest time, and we have developed vaccines to help protect us from deadly diseases like measles, tetanus and polio. Vaccines are made of a solution that contains weak or dead strands of the virus that pose no real threat to the person receiving the vaccination. Vaccinations main purpose is to make the host build an immunity to the virus, so if they come into contact with the virus their body will know how to fight off the virus. Thus, if everybody in a location (like a school) were vaccinated, then there would be little concern for an outbreak, but if the majority of the people there were not vaccinated then the virus would easily spread throughout the majority of the area. If someone is not vaccinated they risk the well being of themselves and the people around them because people that are vaccinated can still spread viruses to them. Also, the theory that vaccines are linked to autism was debunked by several major studies that proved no correlation to autism and vaccines.