With regard to the matter of vaccine-exempt children in Bellingham schools, it has been suggested that it would be a wise idea to keep those exempt from those who are vaccine-protected by transporting them to a designated school. I believe that would be a mistake, leading to all sorts of social and psychological problems. It seems to me that the answer is a simple one: put the parents of vaccine-exempt children aboard a bus and transport them to a school where they can learn the value of vaccine prevention and the fallacy of their medieval ways.
John Bell Smithback
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