This article answers the following questions on the issues of immunisation and the ECE service's responsibilities
Where does it say that an EC service must obtain an immunisation certificate or ask the parent if the child has been immunised?
Should a service keep an immunisation registrar of what and when for each child?
Can you tell other parents which child or children are not immunised? Who has rights to this information?
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