Yes, because in doing so you’re protecting the community as a whole.
Devonne Johnson, Santa Cruz, Ontological Coach
No, because I don’t believe our government should have the ability to make laws about what we do with our health.
Jan Downey, Santa Cruz, Caregiver
I am pro-vaccination, but I feel like mandating people to get their kids vaccinated will cause an even greater backlash than there is already, so it could make the issue more decisive.
Lauren Turner, Santa Cruz, Stay-at-Home-Mom
I would not say that that is OK, only because I feel like everybody has freedom of choice. I have a child of my own, and whether I vaccinate him or not should be my choice.
Amelia Goudberg, Santa Cruz, Cafe Manager
Yes. The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.
James Vergon, Santa Cruz, Proctologist